The University of East Anglia are running a series of on-line courses which give an introduction to modern analytical authenticity techniques and how they can be used to uncover food fraud.The courses last 4 weeks and involve 2 hours study a week. The topics covered in the course are:
- Introduction to methods of food fraud detection
- Infra-red detection of fraud in coffee
- Verifying the origins of honey using stable isotopes
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy and the horsemeat scandal
The courses are available now for enrolment, and on 10 December, and 4 March 2019.
Details and registration here