Chromatography News Report

May 9, 2013

LCGC North America

Welcome to the chromatography news report. This installment covers a range of news stories.

Welcome to the chromatography news report. This installment covers a range of news stories.

  • The drinking water monitoring network nows covers all provinces in China.
  • Statement from the Ministry of Health: This year nearly 5,000 national food safety standards will be completed.
  • A report on food complaints according to the 12365 system.
  • The Ministry of Environmental Protection is a drafting soil pollution prevention law.
  • Forecast: The six most noteworthy areas for 2013.
  • The National Environmental Protection Conference on heavy metal pollution prevention.

News

  • Thermo has launched a new product: a mid-infrared laser carbon monoxide analyzer.
  • Rui Feng Biological releases shark fin analysis solutions that can differentiate between genuine and fake shark's fin.
  • Shimadzu has introduced a veterinary drug residue analysis solution.
  • New HPLC columns.
  • Agilent discusses illegal activities in Africa.

“Life 365”

  • Analysis of children's liver and kidney toxins.
  • Detection of toxin in cowpeas.
  • Sinopec acknowledged that the national standards for fog and haze are not enough.
  • Yunnan is the first province to achieve rapid detection of the safety of agricultural products, province-wide.
  • Thirteen types of food contaminants will have new limits.

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  • The 19th National Chromatography Annual Conference will be held at Fuzhou University.
  • The 21st Experimental Exhibition in the Middle East was held in Dubai in March.
  • The 2013 Glass Exhibition will be held in Zhengzhou.
  • The Suzhou International Expo Center will host the second session of the Analysis Conference and Exhibition.
  • Dicyandiamide found in dairy products.

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