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Eight outstanding food scientists from around the world will receive Young Scientist Awards at IUFoST 17th World Food Congress
Guinness World Record attempt at Palais des Congrès| Montreal |17-21 August 2014| More on Twitter! #Can...Give a Damn!
*NEW Volume 16 -- Nanotechnology - Check it out!
Thirty new Fellows to be inducted at the World Food Congress in Montreal
Dr. Brian Keating announced as 2014 World Food Congress Distinguished Lecturer
New SIB - Meeting the Needs of the Ageing Population – Implications for Food Science and Technology
Responsibilities of the Governing Council
17th IUFoST World Food Congress: Competitions and Opportunities *Online Forms Available Now*
Dr. Joseph Hulse, In Memoriam IUFoST Founder, Past President, and Fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology
2013 Lifetime Achievement and Young Scientist Excellence Awards
Volume 15 -- Genetically Modified Foods
E-NewsBriefs - IUFoST Food Science Programme Recognition in Singapore and Indonesia, IUFoST Around The World, Upcoming Events
George Ooko, of the Kenya Institute of Food Science and Technology, recently represented IUFoST at the first Africa Food Security and Adaptation Conference held at the United Nations Environment Programme headquarters in Nairobi. Details will follow soon.
'Watering your Garden by Pedal Power' Report from Tanzania
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Detailed Program Now Available -- Registration Below
Sept. 23-25, 2014
Fi Global Food Summit, London, England
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Yogurt appeal rising globally
US consumer interest in low sodium in decline - Sugar and protein are the new areas of focus
Brain health: the new frontier for functional food and drink
EFSA strengthens its international scientific activities
Food enzyme opinion begins new chapter in EFSA’s work
Science protecting consumers from field to fork: check out EFSA's new interactive tool
Risk assessment vs risk management: What’s the difference?
Antimicrobial resistance remains commonly detected in bacteria in humans, animals and food
Contaminants in food and feed
EFSA strengthens its European data and information hub
EFSA’s scientific white board video series in which EFSA staff explain scientific concepts
*EFSA Comprehensive European Food Consumption database
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