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Gold, frankincense, myrrh, lead, cadmium…

Gold, frankincense, myrrh, lead, cadmium…

With Halloween behind us and Christmas on the horizon, many of us have succumbed to the high street’s festive-themed homeware; including decorated drinking glasses. The University of Plymouth recently released the results of a study testing new and second-hand glasses with decorative enamel for the…

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Toxicological risk assessment – the intelligent way to evaluate medical devices

Toxicological risk assessment – the intelligent way to evaluate medical devices

From adhesive bandages to audiometers, container-closure systems to catheters, and stethoscopes to scalpels – medical devices cover an impressive range of healthcare products. Of course, different types of medical device have varying levels of human health risk associated with them. For example, examination gloves worn…

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Bibra history and values

Bibra history and values

As one of Europe’s leading chemical hazard and risk assessment organisations, Bibra toxicology advice & consulting Ltd have been providing expert advice for almost 60 years. Our History Initially founded almost 60 years ago as “BIBRA” (the British Industrial and Biological Research Association), we have…

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