by neeshaclearybfff-co-uk
Apr 4th, 2019
3 mins

Rapid and conventional microbiological methods seminar

Rapid testing is becoming more widespread in microbiology laboratories as they strive to provide faster and more accurate results. With the onset of new media and confirmation kits, conventional microbiology is also experiencing changes. Rapid testing technology can discover risks faster than traditional methods, contribute to the continual improvement of manufacturing processes and enhance product safety.

A Campden BRI seminar, on 13 June, will look at rapid and conventional microbial methods. It will also include a manufacturer exhibition, which will provide delegates with an opportunity to network with suppliers and explore available testing and identification options.

This seminar will include presentations on new and emerging rapid methods, covering:

  • innovative solutions for rapid multi-mycotoxin detection
  • MALDI-TOF and new developments in tandem mass spectrometry
  • rapid parasite testing
  • validation of rapid methods
  • optimisation of a viability PCR method for the detection of Listeria monocytogenes
  • current virus detection methods

There will also be discussion on how to save time and money on microbiological analysis and a chance to speak to the ‘experts’ and discuss current problems.

The seminar will provide an opportunity to network with other microbiologists and share experiences with methodology. It is aimed at food and beverage microbiologists, virologists and laboratory managers.

Our training team will be happy to help with any enquiry on +44(0)1386 842104 or at



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