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When it comes to purchasing food, safety is paramount however other factors such as look, appeal, taste, touch & smell all play a vital role in our purchase decisions.
The helium shortage and subsequent price increase has been a hot topic for discussion for many years now, so much so it has triggered the use of alternative gases in research applications.
Whilst working at the grounds of Romsey Abbey in October 1839 the gravedigger Mr J Major work came to an abrupt halt when his pickaxe hit something hard.
Food quality has always been a hot topic of conversation no matter where you go in the world. We like to trust that what we consume is safe and exactly what it says on the tin, however, sometimes this is simply not the case and it is for this reason that there is a large emphasis placed on food quality testing.
Fiji Police have purchased themselves a $250,000 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GCMS) instrument for their forensic chemistry lab. In line with 2015 capital projects, they decided that the instrument was a worthwhile investment and asserted that it will strongly improve their forensic science capabilities.