March 2016

Banned Food Dyes: A Guide for Students Pursuing Their Food Safety Diploma

Food colouring regulation has been one of the most controversial areas of food quality control for a long time. This is because over the years, some food dyes that were…
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Student Success Story!

We hope you enjoyed your Easter long weekend. Now its time to celebrate an AAPS Student Success Story! We are thrilled to hear that our very own alumni has recently…
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5 Things You Should Know About the FDA if You’re Taking Regulatory Affairs Courses

Many pharmaceutical products developed and manufactured in Canada are exported to the United States. As a result, while Canadian regulatory affairs professionals answer primarily to Health Canada, they must also…
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Happy Spring

This spring is spreading its charm and every tree is working up to its splendor. The days of new hope and beginning are here. Wishing you a very happy spring…
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Meat Safety 101: What You’ll Learn in Your Food Handling Course

Knowing how to safely handle, store, and prepare foods is an important part of working in the food industry. By implementing proper safety procedures, you’ll be able to keep foods…
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The Race to a Vaccine: What Pros with Clinical Research Careers are Doing to Beat Zika

The World Health Organization officially declared the current Zika virus outbreak as a global health emergency last month. Zika, which is transmitted through mosquitoes, was previously thought to only cause…
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Where Does GMP Training Come From? A Brief History of Pharmaceutical Regulation

Today, many of us take for granted that when we use a medication, we are certain that all of the contents inside the package are written out on its label….
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