ALS Life Sciences is one of Europes leading laboratory groups for the testing of environmental, pharmaceutical and food samples. By combining a comprehensive portfolio of tests with a strong focus on service and on-line presence we have achieved an enviable reputation as the laboratory of choice.

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Isotope ratios as a tracer tool within Environmental Forensic

Feb 23, 2018
In recent years, there has been a growing awareness about Environmental Forensic and the unlimited applications of this tool. One of the early applications was to identify oil spills, however, the field of Environmental Forensic is expanding. We now see a shift from a specialized data analysis effort focused on analytical chemistry to a range of applications within chemical, geochemical and historical data combined with powerful evaluation tools.... Read more »

Updated content on pesticide residue testing

Feb 9, 2018
Updated and additional content is now available on our dedicated sites for pesticide residue testing. In addition to a general part about pesticides, sections describing analytical methods, pesticide groups, degradation of pesticides and legislation has also been added and updated. Our searchable Read more »

ALS in Scotland

Jan 12, 2018
ALS Environmental are delighted to announce the official opening of its first Scotland based Environmental testing laboratory in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire. The laboratory officially opened its doors on 27th November 2017, specialising as a microbiological testing facility, providing complete coverage to the... Read more »

ALS in europe

ALS Life Sciences in Europe employs over 3000 professional laboratory and support personnel in 50 locations across 15 countries. The European network consists of modern, analytical, ISO 17025 accredited laboratories and national service centers. Main laboratories are located in the Czech Republic, Sweden, United Kingdom, Turkey, Portugal, Italy and Denmark. National service centers and smaller laboratories are located in Norway, Finland, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Ireland, Austria and Spain.