Webinars 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Analysis of Pesticides in Complex Food Matrices

Food safety laboratories routinely analyze large numbers of complex food samples for hundreds of pesticides, using a targeted acquisition approach based on triple quadrupole mass spectrometry. Quantitation of analytes follows regional government guidelines and requires routine calibration with costly analytical-grade standards. With recent technological breakthroughs, the quantitation suitability of Q-TOF systems has significantly improved, and Q-TOF is growing into a fit-for-purpose platform for laboratories that need simultaneous quantitation of priority targets, and suspect screening for a broader list of pesticides, with a streamlined data analysis workflow.

This presentation will showcase a series of solutions available to help laboratories quickly and efficiently implement new analyses. Free Registration is now open by clicking here.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Increase Productivity in Your Lab Operation

Food testing laboratories continue to experience increased productivity demands while resources shrink. Method development of new, wide scope assays or adding extra scope to existing methods can pose an unnecessary challenge – a more efficient way to implement these analyses is needed and easier review of increasingly large data sets is also required. This presentation will showcase a series of solutions available to help laboratories quickly and efficiently implement new analyses. Free Registration is now open by clicking here.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Is Your Supply Chain Safe?

Supply chain risk management is an essential part of customer and brand protection. It’s also a key requirement of FSMA. In this free webinar we’ll show you which specific hazards currently pose the greatest threat to a wide range of food ingredients. Participants will how to identify food fraud vulnerabilities in less than a minute and much more. Registration is now available for free by clicking here

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