Recent news

News items include website updates and recent news of Eurachem events and activities.

Data – Quality, Analysis and Integrity First circular

Dublin Castle towerEurachem Ireland and the Eurachem Education & Training Working Group, are pleased to announce the publication of the first circular for the Eurachem 2018 scientific workshop "Data - Quality, Analysis and Integrity" which takes place on May 14th and 15th 2018 in Dublin Castle, Ireland.

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Eurachem Validation Guide available in German

Frontcover Validation GuideDEThe Eurachem method validation working group is pleased to announce that, thanks to the hard work of our colleagues in Germany, the second edition of the Eurachem guide "The Fitness for Purpose of Analytical Methods" is now additionally available from this website in German.

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New Eurachem leaflet on correction for bias

bias img 120x97The Eurachem measurement uncertainty and traceability working group has released a new information leaflet, "Treatment of an observed bias", giving general guidance on the often difficult subject of when, and when not, to correct measurement results for an observed bias. The leaflet does not describe how to apply a correction or how to increase the uncertainty to take account of an uncorrected bias, though it does provide relevant literature sources for further information.

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Eurachem leaflet on PT frequency now available in German

PT freq 90DEThanks to the work of the the EURACHEM Proficiency Testing Working Group , the information leaflet "Proficiency testing - how much and how often?" is now available in German.The leaflet helps laboratories select the right balance of areas of work and participation frequency.

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Eurachem Terminology Leaflet now in Russian

Babel 80SRThe Eurachem Education and Training group has published a further translation of the information leaflet, "You talk, we understand – The way out of the tower of Babel". The leaflet is now additionally available in Russian.

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Eurachem Reading List updated

bookpile 100The Eurachem Education and Training WG have updated the popular Eurachem Reading List. The list provides a collection of key references on metrology in chemistry and quality assurance. The list includes websites, standards, guides and books as well as refereed literature. The update follows a review carried out in 2016 to keep the list up to date. The reading list is available in both PDF and on-line HTML formats.

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Terminology guide now available in Farsi

The Eurachem Education and Training group is pleased to announce that the Eurachem guide to terminology: "Terminology in Analytical Measurement: Introduction to VIM 3" is now available in Farsi. This Eurachem Guide discusses a selection of the concepts in VIM 3, focusing on those most likely to be encountered in analytical laboratories.

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Eurachem Terminology leaflet published in Serbian

Babel 80SRThe Eurachem Education and Training group is pleased to add a further translation of the information leaflet, "You talk, we understand – The way out of the tower of Babel". The leaflet is now additionally available in Serbian.

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Eurachem leaflet on PT frequency available in three more languages

PT freq 90Thanks to the work of the the EURACHEM Proficiency Testing Working Group , the information leaflet "Proficiency testing - how much and how often?" is now available in three more languages: French, Serbian and Swedish.The leaflet helps laboratories select the right balance of areas of work and participation frequency.

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Eurachem terminology leaflet published in Greek

Babel 80Greek flagThe Eurachem Education and Training group is pleased to add a further translation of the information leaflet, "You talk, we understand – The way out of the tower of Babel". The leaflet is now additionally available in Greek.

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