Alongside our scientific programme, there will also be plenty of opportunity to socialize with your fellow conference delegates, such as during the welcome reception, pub quiz and conference dinner.
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The EFFoST2019 programme has been finalised and it is jam-packed with scientific goodness. We are excited that Louise Fresco, CEO of Wageningen University & Research will kick off the scientific programme which will be followed by 2.5 days of presentations from speakers from around the world.
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An interview with Dr Monica Mars, associate professor in Sensory science and eating behaviour at the division of Human Nutrition and Health of Wageningen University. She will be discussing the current Dutch diet in terms of taste and texture at the upcoming EFFoST International Conference
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The Young EFFoST Day, an event dedicated to young food professionals will be held for the second time! It will take place on the 11 November 2019 in Rotterdam
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The ASKFOOD Project will host an engaging workshop to discuss academia-business interaction towards the innovation of the food sector. This pre-conference event will be held at the Postillion Convention Centre WTC Rotterdam, Leeuwen Room II on 11 November 2019
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In this interview, Prof Maarten Schutyser, Associate Professor of Food Process Engineering at Wageningen University discusses the drying kinetics of contact drying processes. He will also be presenting at the upcoming EFFoST International Conference held in Rotterdam.
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An interview with Prof Marcel Zwietering, Professor in Food Microbiology at Wageningen University. He will be discussing the controlling of risks in the domain of food safety at the upcoming EFFoST International Conference held in Rotterdam.
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Monash is seeking a leader with demonstrable experience of developing and leveraging academic/industry partnerships across multiple disciplines. The position focuses on leading an ambitious agenda to contribute to solving the challenges in food and agribusiness and sustainable food-ecosystems.
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Making food healthier and production more sustainable is a major challenge for the food industry. That is why the 33rd EFFoST International conference focuses on Sustainable Food Systems - performing by connecting. As this year’s host, Wageningen University & Research is responsible for the program.
Read more about Interview with EFFoST2019 Conference host - Prof. Vincenzo Fogliano from Wageningen University
This report, written by Peter Lillford and Anne-Marie Hermansson for IUFoST, provides an action plan to future-proof the global food supply chain. It consists of seven missions that address the critical needs of food science and technology.
Read more about Global Challenges and the Critical Needs of Food Science and Technology (FS&T)
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