Our Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Robin May reflects on the FSA’s commitment to science and the work delivered throughout 2023.
"There is a place in science for everybody!" Find out about what drove Dr Erica Kintz, Dr Sophie Hardy, and Mike Dickinson to careers in science and what they get up to in their day jobs at the Food Standards Agency.
Professor Robin May, FSA Chief Scientific Adviser reflects on the FSA’s commitment to science and the work delivered throughout 2022.
We have updated our Areas of Research Interest (ARI) to include a focus on food that is healthier and more sustainable.
The Threshold Reactivity and Clinical Evaluation (TRACE) study looked at how sleep deprivation, exercise, and repeat allergen exposure over time, can affect the threshold of an allergic reaction
We want to provide as much helpful guidance as we can as the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill continues its passage through Parliament to aid understanding for everyone. We also welcome any feedback or reflections on our proposals
Jesús Alvarez-Piñera, Head of Data, provides insight on the development of the Signal Prioritisation dashboard, a horizon scanning application that proactively identifies emerging global food safety hazards that may pose a risk to public health in the UK.
To mark International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Amie Adkin, Head of Risk Assessment at the FSA, shares her experiences of a storied career in food, risk analysis and leading in science.
As the Science Council publishes its three-year review, our Chief Scientific Adviser Professor Robin May reflects on how the council’s insight has made a difference to our work.
Ahead of the landmark IID3 study, we are looking for collaborators working in public health, epidemiology and related fields for the major research into Infectious Intestinal Disease. Rick Mumford explores the project and how to get involved.