Thursday, January 11, 2018

Biofilm Control

The control of biofilms within the food processing environment is a concern for anyone involved with food safety.  Biofilms can harbor and protect dangerous bacteria from traditional sanitation methods, leaving the environment at risk even after sanitation takes place.

To learn more about biofilms, we're thrilled to have Diane Walker, a Research Engineer at Montana State University's Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE) present at this year's 2nd Annual Food Safety and Microbiology Conference in Dallas on February 27th.  Diane's presentation is entitled, "Biofilms: From Formation to Elimination" and will discuss the science of biofilms and methods of control. Diane received the 2015 CBE Outstanding Researcher Award in recognition of her commitment to the CBE Industrial Associates Program and contributions towards creating a quality Standardized Biofilm Methods research program.  Her current research includes biofilms within the food and beverage industries and we are incredibly lucky to have Diane join us at the Food Safety and Microbiology Conference

We hope that you register and take advantage of an excellent experience by clicking here.

To learn more about the Standardized Biofilm Methods Laboratory and the research being performed, please click here.

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Biofilm Control

The control of biofilms within the food processing environment is a concern for anyone involved with food safety.  Biofilms can harbor and p...