Chemist’s Biosensor May Improve Food, Water Safety And Cancer Detection
A nanotechnology-based biosensor being developed by Kansas State University researchers may allow early detection of both cancer cells and pathogens, leading to increased food safety and reduced health risks.
2011 Food Safety Summit Adds To Outstanding Conference Program
The Food Safety Summit announced a few exciting changes to the already stellar educational program, including the addition of a 4th workshop focused on HACCP, the approval on CE credits from NEHA and the addition of Dr. Robert Corrigan as a prominent speaker in the newly titled Pest Management session
Intralytix Wins FDA Regulatory Clearance For Phage-Based E. coli Technology
Intralytix, Inc. announced that it has received regulatory clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for its phage-based EcoShield food safety product, effective against E. coli O157:H7
‘Rechargeable’ Anti-Microbial Surfaces Boost Food Safety
Using nano-scale materials, a University of Massachusetts Amherst food scientist is developing a way to improve food safety by adding a thin anti-microbial layer to food-handling surfaces
MOCON Announces 2011 Free Webinar Series; Tutorials Include Permeation, Food Safety, Shelf Life
MOCON, Inc. has announced the 2011 schedule of its free popular educational webinars. This year’s tutorials include a variety of package permeation, food safety, shelf life and market-specific (beverage, medical device/pharma) topics
Scientists Identify A Deadly Tool In Salmonella’s Bag Of Tricks
The potentially deadly bacterium Salmonella possesses a molecular machine that marshals the proteins it needs to hijack cellular mechanisms and infect millions worldwide.
Food Safety Webcast On February 16th Conducted By JustFoodERP
JustFoodERP includes ERP business software for the food industry
Food Workers Advance Using The Food Hygiene Certificate Guide Website
The Food Safety Modernization Act is bringing food hygiene and safety to the attention of the American public for the first time in years
Agilent Technologies Collaborates With UC Davis On Breakthrough Food-Safety Research
Agilent Technologies Inc. recently announced it is collaborating with the University of California, Davis in the area of food safety.
Researchers Find Way To Cut Food Irradiation Levels In Half
A team of Texas AgriLife Research engineers has developed a way to cut by as much as half the amount of irradiation needed to kill 99.999 percent of salmonella, E. coli and other pathogens on fresh produce.