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Beta Analytic, Inc., an ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited lab in Miami, Florida, is one of the exhibitors at the third annual European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology scheduled to start on October 19, 2010. Organized by the European Association for Bioindustries (EuropaBio), the conference will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, until October 21. Alexander Shroff will be available at Beta Analytic’s booth in the exhibit hall to entertain questions on ASTM D6866 biobased content testing.
Based on radiocarbon dating techniques, ASTM D6866 is a standard method used to determine the percentage of a product that came from renewable sources. “I’m looking forward to meet current and prospective clients and share updates on eco-labeling programs that require ASTM D6866 testing. I am also very interested to know the latest developments in the EU’s biobased industry,” Mr. Shroff says.
EuropaBio’s EFIB 2010 will start off with two pre-conference workshops followed by plenary sessions and parallel tracks focusing on feedstock, innovation, policy, business, and finance. There are at least 50 presentations by industry experts during the conference and more than 30 companies participating in the exhibition. Networking and other social events are also scheduled during the conference. EFIB organizers expect more than 300 people to attend the event at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa Edinburgh.
Beta Analytic provides high-quality ASTM D6866 testing to the biotechnology industry through its lab in Florida, USA, and offices and representatives in London, UK; Nagoya, Japan; and Beijing, China. The lab has a turnaround time of 4-7 days.
October 22, 2010 Update: