Latest Advances in Application of Nanotechnology in Food and Drink Applications

A one-day conference that will help keep you up-to-date with the latest advances in the application of micro- and nanotechnology in food and drink applications. The day will cover a range of topics including applications in food processing, food safety implications, consumer attitudes and perceptions of nanotechnology in foods, as well as a global regulatory review.

Nanoscience in Foods: Opportunities and Challenges is an exciting new conference designed to help keep you up-to-date with the latest advances in the application of micro- and nanotechnology in food and drink applications. The event will cover a range of topics including applications in food processing, food safety implications, consumer attitudes and perceptions of nanotechnology in foods, as well as a global regulatory review.

Chaired by: Professor Clive Roberts, Director of the Nottingham Nanotechnology and Nanoscience Centre, The University of Nottingham.

Keynote speakers include: Professor George John, The City College of the City University of New York; Dr Mark Auty, National Food Imaging Centre, Teagasc; Dr Henelyta S Ribeiro, Unilever Research Centre; Professor Ian Bruce, University of Kent; Professor Vasco Teixeira, University of Minho; Dr Qasim Chaudhry, The Food and Environment Research Agency; Dr Arnout Fischer; Wageningen University; and Dr Keith Robson, NanoKTN.

Benefits of attending

• Gain an understanding of micro- and nanotechnology
• Hear examples of applications of micro- and nanotechnology in the food and drink industry
• Understand food safety concerns
• Learn about regulatory considerations
• Gain an insight into consumer attitudes and perceptions

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