NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Waters and the UK's The Food and Environment Research Agency today announced they are establishing a laboratory-based training facility to improve food safety detection.

The training facility will be based near York, UK, and will primarily train those concerned with exporting foods to Europe, and the collaboration combines the partners' "respective regulatory, scientific, and industry expertise to help solve the global food safety challenge," they said.

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