If you like towers, spires and ancient bridges, Prague is the place for you. Wandering through the old part, you would not believe that you are among 1.3 million inhabitants in this lively little big town. But Prague is also an important research hot spot. It hosts many institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, including the Institute of Physics, the Institute of Microbiology and the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
The Czech Republic is truly a dairy country, not only during the IDF/ISO Analytical Week. For example, in terms of milk production, it ranks among the top ten in Europe. And certainly, when it comes to cheese – it has a higher per capita consumption compared to the US. In other words, Prague is the ideal gathering place for the dairy community.
At the IDF/ISO Analytical Week, we will be presenting our MPA II FT-NIR Multi Purpose Analyzer. This compact spectrometer can analyze everything from raw milk to final dairy products in less than a minute. Moreover, we can give you information on our latest technology for raw milk analysis, the MIRA and the GLOBULYSER. Stop by at booth 13 and talk to our dairy expert!