Overview of Codex

  • CODEX is an Emmy Award winning manufacturing and design company that creates custom products for the media and entertainment industry, including high-performance media and workflow
    systems in support of the leading camera vendors for feature, television, and commercial production.
  • Codex‚Äôs mission is to evoke a similar spirit of enlightenment by inspiring technology leaders and entrepreneurs to apply their collective imaginations to deliver technologies that will continue to transform our lives.
  • Codex (plural “codices”, but “codexes” is also occasionally used) is the name of a source book for Warhammer 40,000 armies and factions containing background information, pictures, and rules.
  • codexIT quickly dispelled our fears with their comprehensive onboarding process, involving a week onsite and their quick response time with remote support and industry-specific knowledge.
  • Codex MRLs can help ensure consumer health and safety and address practical trade facilitation needs for importing and exporting countries without sacrificing safety and scientific rigor.
  • Codex is a literary thriller in the tradition of The Name of the Rose, Possession and The Secret History, with dashes of Neal Stephenson and Jorge Luis Borges thrown in for good measure.
  • Codex Program through providing senior staff and executive delegates to represent the United States on many Codex committees, and the United States also chairs a few committees.
  • Codex Datalake Engine is Cloudera certified appliance for consistent data management and security featuring BullSequana S, one of the most agile, scalable and open servers.
  • A codex is essentially an ancient book, consisting of one or more quires of
    sheets of papyrus or parchment folded together to form a group of leaves, or
  • CODEX relies on the availability of multiple samples processed using the same sequencing pipeline for normalization, and does not require matched controls.
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    In the 3rd and 4th centuries A.D., the codex began to replace the older scroll as the preferred form for longer writings.Unlike the scroll, this wonderful invention permitted writing on both sides of a sheet, made it easy to locate a particular passage, and could contain a very long piece of writing.Codices (note this unusual plural form) were usually written on parchment, the specially prepared skin of a sheep or goat, or papyrus, the ancestor of paper.Because codices were handwritten, there were few copies of any single codex, and sometimes only a single copy.Today we no longer write our books in longhand, but the modern book has kept basically the same form as the original codices.

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    What is a Codex Record?

    A Codex Record is a Non-Fungible Token (also known as an NFT)
    based on the ERC-721 standard.A Codex Record can be a digital representation of a physical
    asset, or a digital asset itself.The history of a Codex Record is
    permanently logged on the Ethereum blockchain, including it’s
    creation, modifications, transfers, and owner history.

    What is the Codex Alimentarius?

    The Codex Alimentarius, or "Food Code" is a collection of standards, guidelines and codes of practice adopted by the Codex Alimentarius Commission.The Commission, also known as CAC, is the central part of the Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme and was established by FAO and WHO to protect consumer health and promote fair practices in food trade.It held its first meeting in 1963. […

    Why do we need Codex standards?

    Codex standards ensure that food is safe and can be traded.The 188 Codex members have negotiated science based recommendations in all areas related to food safety and quality.Codex food safety texts are a reference in WTO trade disputes. […

    History of Codex

  • In 2003, the EU also joined, sharing competence with EU countries depending on the level of harmonisation of the respective legislation.
  • In 2018, members of IAFN collaborated to produce a case studies booklet specifically about the impact of MRL compliance requirements on smallholder farmers.