APA News

  • Symposium "The Impact of Legislation and Legislative Quality Requirements on the Food Analyst" (15th March 2012) - CANCELLED

    28 February 2012

    The Association, together with the East Anglia Region of the Analytical Division of the RSC, is running a one day meeting at Burlington House on the 15th March. PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED

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  • FSA call for official controls delivery research

    28 February 2012

    The Food Standards Agency is inviting tenders to study international models for delivery of official food and feed controls.

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  • Duncan Campbell features on Radio 4's Food Programme

    12 February 2012

    An interview with Dr Duncan Campbell, President of the Association, was included in a recent edition of the Food Programme on BBC Radio 4.

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  • Invitation to join a new knowledge network facilitated by LGC on behalf of safefood

    08 February 2012

    Invitation to join a new knowledge network facilitated by LGC on behalf of safefood Food allergy is an increasing problem with severe detriment of quality of life and the risk, though rare, of life threatening anaphylaxis. Food intolerance is also a barrier to the modern quality of life all have a right to expect. There are also problems for food manufacturers in supplying properly formulated and labelled food.

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  • The Food Standards Agency has published its Forward Evidence Plan for 2012.

    02 February 2012

    The Food Standards Agency has published its Forward Evidence Plan for 2012. The plan outlines priority science and evidence activities for the coming year, including potential areas for research funding and workshops that will help develop the Agency’s evidence base.

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  • Advance Notice Of One Week Residential Course - University of Reading 23-27 April 2012

    01 February 2012

    This intensive one week residential course aims, in a two year cycle to touch on most of the syllabus for the Mastership in Chemical Analysis, the statutory qualification required to practice as a Public Analyst. The course is pitched at postgraduate level and is aimed to fulfil a wide range of aims; it must afford the novice an opportunity to begin to get to grips with the subject matter of the syllabus but also enable the experienced analyst to discuss finer points of practice with experts. It is also viewed as a valuable opportunity for staff to update their current experience and perhaps consider further study even if not immediately intending to take the exam.

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