ISO/IEC 17025:2017-accredited Beta Analytic Inc. is one of the exhibitors at the Seventh International Conference on Renewable Resources and Biorefineries (RRB7) in Bruges, Belgium. Alexander Shroff, deputy manager for European operations, and Thierry Sam Tamers, director, will represent the company at the event. The three-day conference, to be held at the Oud Sint-Jan Conference Centre, starts June 8.
Mr. Shroff and Mr. Tamers will be present at Beta Analytic’s booth at the exhibit hall. “I’m looking forward to meet academic researchers and industrial experts at the conference to discuss how ASTM D6866 testing can benefit their projects or biorefinery operations,” Mr. Shroff says.
Beta Analytic’s Booth at RRB7At least 400 participants from around the world are expected to join RRB7. Aside from plenary lectures, oral presentations, and a poster session, RRB7 participants may also join a forum for industrial biotechnology focused on biomass feedstock and conversion technologies as well as a tour of the Genencor plant in Bruges. This year’s conference is organized as a twin conference of the Third International Biorefinery Conference in collaboration with DECHEMA e.V.
Based in Miami, Florida, Beta Analytic has provided ASTM D6866 analysis since the standard method’s publication in 2004. The company’s president, Mr. Darden Hood, is a member of the subcommittee in charge of developing the ASTM D6866 standard, which is based on radiocarbon dating techniques. Beta Analytic is known in archaeology and cultural heritage circles as the world’s largest professional radiocarbon dating lab.
The company opened a sample forwarding facility in London, UK, to better serve its clients in Europe. Beta Analytic also has offices and representatives in Sydney, Australia; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Beijing, China; New Delhi, India; and Nagoya, Japan.