Harmonization describes a process of synchronising various test strategies and protocols. With so many different methods and testing procedures in the published literature, it can be a daunting process to choose the most appropriate method for certain food microbiology analysis requirements. This presentation will highlight the processes involved in harmonising and standardising a method, using well founded principles and case studies.
Guidelines for Harmonisation, Standardisation and Validation of Molecular Methods in Food Microbiology
Video May 04, 2016
Sour beer, the tart and tangy outcome of a brewing process that’s been used in Europe for centuries, has recently surged in popularity in the U.S. Today, scientists report progress on a study of how acids and other flavor components evolve while the beverage ages. Their aim is to help brewers understand and gain more control over sour beer’s taste.WATCH NOW