CAMAG Webinar: The Concept of Fully Automated HPTLC Analysis on the Example of Sugars in Honey

CAMAG recently hosted a webinar to accompany the release of their latest journal issue on HPTLC analysis for honey. This issue, and this webinar, highlight the innovative work of researchers Dr Connie Locher, Tom Sostaric and Md Khairul Islam. “When I saw the Australian publication the first time, I was immediately impressed by the great …

Journal highlights HPTLC for honey analysis

The CAMAG Bibliography Service (CBS) journal has essentially dedicated their first issue of the year to showcase the CRC’s research. CBS is an international industry journal dedicated to HPTLC analysis. This special issue called ‘Analysis of honey by HPTLC’ highlights the years-long research of Dr Connie Locher, Tom Sostaric and Md Khairul Islam. It touches …

Hopes a manuka honey summit between Australia and New Zealand could end sticky trademark situation | ABC News

Dr Peter Brooks, the leader of the CRC’s Program 2, has weighed in on an ABC News article about the possibility of resolving the dispute between Australia and New Zealand over manuka honey. The issue stems from the term manuka or mānuka. New Zealanders are battling to trademark the term ‘mānuka’ on the grounds of …

Manuka Trials a Success in Tasmania | Media Release

TASMANIA, APRIL 10, 2021 – Manuka honey, produced from the nectar of the Tasmanian native Manuka (Leptospermum scoparium), is being bred for high-quality medicinal honey. A collaboration between Douglas River Honey, the University of Tasmania and the CRC for Honey Bee Products has been exploring the genetic diversity across the state and capturing it in a …