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BDS coordinates the BBI project FUNGUSCHAIN

FUNGUSCHAIN - 1st press release

The project, with a budget of 11 million euros, is co-funded by the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The BBI JU is a new €3.7 billion Public-Private Partnership between the EU and the Bio-based Industries Consortium. It is an industry driven initiative aiming to boost the bio-based economy.

FUNGUSCHAIN will make use of new cascading processes to extract high value...

10th BioDetectors conference 2017

10th BioDetectors conference 2017

New scientific publications

New publications by BDS' partners

BDS on Swiss TV

"The presence of endocrine disruptors in waterproofing sprays can disrupt our hormonal system. Peter Behnisch, marketing director at BioDetection Systems in Amsterdam, explains the revolutionary technology developed by his lab to test the effects of different chemicals on living cells."

www.rts.ch/play/tv/a-bon-entendeur/video/sprays-impermeabilisants-quels-effets-nocifs-pour-la-sante

ISO 17025 Accreditation: Confirmative analysis of nondioxin-like PCBs

Dear customers,

Please let us inform you about our newly developed and now ISO 17025 accredited service laboratory analysis: 

Chemical analysis of non-dioxin-like PCBs in feed/food.

Therefore we are now able to offer you a cost-efficient all-in-3 analysis for  

dioxins PCDD/PCDFs + dl-PCBs (by cell based screening DR CALUX) and non-dl-PCBs (by confirmative GC-ECD analysis) 

 …..which are demanded e.g. by the EC/252/2012 (food) and EC/278/2012 (feed).

We...

First National Monitoring Program for food and feed by DR CALUX analysis in Chile

Since December 2008 the Ministery of Agriculture in Santiago de Chile started an intensive National Monitoring Program to evaluate the safety of several different food/feeds regarding dioxins/dioxin-like PCBs in Chile in cooperation with BDS’ local partner Labser.