• Jun 24, 2020 to Jun 25, 2020
  • Location: Royal Society of Chemistry, London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA
  • Latest Activity: Mar 31

POSTPONED: 

A message from Julian Braybrook, the Government Chemist: 

I have been monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 carefully and am committed to the precautions we as a country must take to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Following the recent further government restrictions, I have taken the decision to postpone the Government Chemist Conference to June 2021. These are exceptional times requiring nationwide compliance.

All speakers, sponsorships and registrations will be transferred to the new schedule. I will provide a further update on specific dates over the coming months.

GC conference: Safe food for tomorrow's world

The conference will be opened by Gideon Henderson, Chief Scientific Adviser, Defra after a brief introduction by Dr Julian Braybrook, Government Chemist.

 

Child eating food

Scientists, regulators, enforcement agencies, industry and policy makers are invited to join the Government Chemist at the Royal Society of Chemistry in central London to discuss future challenges in the manufacturing, packaging, retailing and testing of food that is safe and consumers can trust.

The conference programme will include talks on national and international perspectives on food fraud and food integrity assurance, advances and challenges in allergen testing, and health implications for consumers.

Registrations for the conference will open in January. Sign up for alerts to keep up to date!

For more information about the work of the Government Chemist contact:

Government Chemist

Queens Road
Teddington
TW11 0LY

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