Cape FearFrom nonstick pans to water-repelling clothing and more, PFAS
compounds are commonly found in many products and tools we use today.
Unfortunately, the production and use of these items can leave a
lasting, negative impression on our health a...
Our engaging eSeminar PFAS: Appearing out of Thin Air? features three
panelists — all experts in the field of PFAS analyses: Vladimir
Nikiforov, Senior Scientist, Norwegian Institute for Air Research
Stephen Jackson, Chemist, US Environmental Protect...
Three panelists discuss sampling technologies and environmental
remediation Global regulatory bodies continue to investigate the
prevalence of PFAS compounds due to their toxicity, persistence and
widespread use. Initially thought of as inert and pot...
3 panelists discuss novel mycotoxins, emerging compounds and technology
investments Identifying and controlling mycotoxins involves not only
testing for targeted compounds, but also screening for unexpected ones.
Meanwhile, regulations change frequen...
With an increasing number of recycled and innovative materials being
used in food packaging, confirming all compounds identified from
migration testing can be challenging. Unknown reaction byproducts formed
from interaction between packaging and the ...