Governance and Policies, Methods & Standards

Call for Comments: AOAC Appendix G

April 11, 2022

DEADLINE: May 16, 2022 Since 2011, AOAC Expert Review Panels (ERPs) have been used to assess methods against Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPRs®). In 2021, after a decade of successful […]

Midyear Meeting

Report Out: 2022 Midyear Meeting Activities

March 18, 2022

This blog will be updated throughout the 2022 Midyear Meeting with highlights from each session. Follow along below! Friday, March 18, 2022 Thursday, March 17, 2022 Wednesday, March 16, 2022 […]

Drinking Water, Research Institute

Call for Methods Indicating Risk of Fecal Contamination in Drinking Water

March 15, 2022

The AOAC Research Institute (AOAC RI) in conjunction with World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is issuing a call for methods that indicate risk of fecal […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Quantitative Analysis of Mycotoxins in Cannabis Biomass and Cannabis Derived Products

January 31, 2022

AOAC INTERNATIONAL (AOAC) invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPRs) for Quantitative Analysis of Mycotoxins in Cannabis Biomass and […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Detection of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli in Cannabis and Cannabis Products

March 8, 2021

NO DEADLINE Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPR®) for Detection of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Mycotoxin Screening Technique in Cannabis Plant Materials and Cannabis Derivatives

March 8, 2021

NO DEADLINE Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPR®) for Mycotoxin Screening Technique in Cannabis Plant […]

Food Authenticity & Fraud

Call for Method Validation Plans – Food Authenticity Methods (Honey, Olive Oil and Milk)

February 23, 2021

AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods and plans for validation of candidate methods that may meet the any of the following Standard Method Performance Requirements […]

Rosins

Call for Methods: Glycerol Esters of Wood Rosin (GEWR)

February 3, 2021

Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that are validated and demonstrate that method(s) meet the any of the following Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPRs®): […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Detection of Salmonella species in Cannabis and Cannabis Products

July 9, 2020

NO DEADLINE Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPR®) for Detection of Salmonella in Cannabis and […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Methods for Identification and Quantitation of Selected Pesticide Residues in Dry Cannabis Materials

January 23, 2020

NO DEADLINE. AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the AOAC Standard Method Performance RequirementsSM (SMPR®) for Identification and Quantitation of Selected Pesticide […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Identification and Quantitation of Residual Solvents in Cannabis

October 21, 2019

Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites method authors and developers to submit relevant methods that may meet the Standard Method Performance Requirements® (SMPR®) for Identification and Quantitation of Selected Residual Solvents in […]

Cannabis

Call for Methods: Detection of Aspergillus in Cannabis and Cannabis Products

October 18, 2019

NO DEADLINE. Objective AOAC INTERNATIONAL invites submissions of all relevant candidate methods that may meet the AOAC Standard Method Performance Requirements (SMPR®) for Detection of Aspergillus in Cannabis and Cannabis […]

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