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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The April 2022 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The March 2022 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The February 2022 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The December 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The November 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The October 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The September 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The August 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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FPSC A&NZ monthly newsletter out now!

The July 2021 edition of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia & New Zealand newsletter has just been released!

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Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens: Outlook for the Fresh Produce Industry

The Fresh Produce Safety Centre has released a new industry report on rapid diagnostic methods for the detection of pathogens on fresh produce. The report, Rapid Diagnostic Methods for Foodborne Pathogens: Outlook for the Fresh Produce Industry, was commissioned as part of the FPSC 2025 Innovation Agenda. The report details the state of current research on technologies for the quick identification of pathogens, identifies the most promising technologies for the fresh produce industry, and provides conclusions and recommendations including the next steps that should be taken to advance the field of rapid diagnostic methods.Read the full report and two-page summary.Rapid Diagnostic Methods WebinarJoin us online on Monday 19 July 1-2pm AEST / 3-4pm NZ to hear a summary of the report from co-author Dr Jo Rush. She will facilitate a Q&A panel session with some of the research experts in the field. Panelists include:

Dr Sharon Jones – General Manager Technical, One Harvest Ltd, Australia 
Dr Craig Billington – Science Leader, Environmental Science & Research, NZ
Dr Alex Quinn, co-author of the Rapid Diagnostics report

After a short presentation on the report, and a facilitated Q&A with the panelists, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the future of rapid diagnostic methods.The webinar event page can be found here.
 

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