Graduate students of the Maryland University of Integrative Health will be spending a half-day at the IFSTL to learn and practice TLC and HPLC-PDA for the identification of botanicals for dietary supplements.
A week-long hands-on laboratory training workshop was held in Malaysia in June focusing on methods for the identification of Salmonella and Campylobacter in food. Future events in partnership with the Ministry of Health of Malaysia will be open to private industry.
Did you want to learn about Rapid Methods vs. Culture Methods? or Rapid Methods, Current Developments and Future Trends? or how about Rapid Methods for the Detection of Foodborne Pathogens? Well you missed it! -but it will be back in the Fall...
Spring brings Cherry Blossoms in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. In town for the experience of the beautiful bloom? Come join us at the IFSTL for our Spring Course on "Rapid Methods in Food Microbiology," April 28 -May 2, 2014.