12673658463?profile=RESIZE_400xA new study examines the outputs for two programmes of Joint Knowledge Transfer work covering the period April 2017 To March 2023. The impact analysis clearly illustrates that the Joint Knowledge Transfer Framework provides an efficient and effective collaborative mechanism to deliver strategic KT to positively influence UK food analysis laboratory capability and knowledge.

The Joint Knowledge Transfer Framework for Food Standards and Food Safety Analysis is a UK cross-government  programme of knowledge transfer (KT). Its aim is to disseminate a strategic programme of scientific KT activities to support laboratory capability and best practice in food safety and standards analysis.

The activities delivered are aimed at upskilling laboratories, with a focus on those involved in the delivery of official controls. The framework also allows for training to be provided on new and emerging food safety and standards detection methodologies, disseminating best practice in their application and providing the tools and knowledge to respond to current and emerging analytical needs. The reviewed period included a number of food authenticity testing applications.


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