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Science solutions for a changing world

Our overarching purpose is to support and develop a sustainable food chain, a healthy natural environment, and to protect the global community from biological and chemical risks.

Manuka Honey Testing

Leotosperin Marker Test - The Science of Trust

IFE - the food & drink international event

19-22 March 2017 - Special Show Offer (Stand N2332)
Get 25% off Annual Subscription to HorizonScan

New Year, New Sale

10% Off ALL Quality Control Materials in Jan & Feb 2017. Use code QC10Jan17 at checkout.

FutureHive from Fera

Safeguarding essential pollinators

Crops & Chemicals Europe 2017

Putting Big Data under the Magnifying Glass - 50 years of the Pesticide Usage Surveys

Latest News

Fera Science is collaborating with Bibra toxicology advice & consulting

At Fera we have extensive in-depth knowledge of regulatory science, offering a wide range of regulatory studies in the areas of environmental fate, ecotoxicology and chemistry to demonstrate safe use of chemicals.

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12 January 2017

Fera Science Key Research Partnership with UMF®

Fera Science play an integral role within the UMF®, being a key research partner and providing the high calibre of testing required to ensure only high quality Manuka honey is offered to consumers worldwide.

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03 January 2017

Launch of Agri-Food Venture in Yorkshire - Fera takes the lead

A £1.6 MILLION investment aims at boosting growth in SMEs in the agri-food sector through links with the local scientific community.

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31 October 2016

Foreign Invaders infiltrate Britain's ancient woodlands

Foreign invaders infiltrate Britain’s ancient woodlands - Trees are coming under attack from beetles and moths that are infesting imported timber

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27 October 2016