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Science for a safer world

With our thoughts turning to the Christmas dinner, Dr Derek Craston, the Government Chemist, explains his role in providing
expert opinion to help avoid or resolve disputes relating to food and agriculture.

Dr Derek Craston explains his role as the Government Chemist, in providing expert opinion based on independent chemical and bio-analytical measurement to help avoid or resolve disputes relating to food and agriculture.

Dr Craston will also reveal a number of specific examples of where sound measurement has been applied to resolve food incidents and ultimately protect the public. Plus looking to the future, he will discuss emerging food risks and the science that will be required to meet future challenges.


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Date and Time:

21 November 2011 at 12:30 pm


1 hour



The Chemistry Centre
Burlington House
020 7437 8656
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Organised by:

Royal Society of Chemistry
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