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Role of Underutilized Food Crops in Developing Sustainable and Diverse Diets – Professor Yasmina Sultanbawa
Centre for Advanced Food Engineerin – University of Sydney Date: 25 February 202 2 Time: 12.00 – 1.00pm (Sydney time) Venue: Online via Zoom https://uni-sydney.zoom.us/j/ 85713455307 Role of Underutilized Food Crops in Developing Sustainable and..
Invited Guest lecture (2 hrs) “Exploring the nutritional value of Australian grown produce” in the module “Recent Topics in Nutrition and Health”, TUM Master programme “Nutrition and Biomedicine” (zoom); 17 December 2021. Technical University of..
The Future of Food – Insights from the Global Bioeconomy Alliance: Professor Henrietta Marrie and Professor Yasmina Sultanbawa Panelists
TUM São Paulo Dialogue: The Future of Food – Insights from the Global Bioeconomy Alliance You are invited to join leading global experts for a webinar discussing the Future of Food. Hosted by the TUM..
ASSC 2021 – A virtual experience: 6 – 10 September 2021 ASBP_AustralasianSeedScienceConference_Prospectus-2021.pdf On behalf of the Organising and Scientific Committees, we are pleased to announce that the Australasian Seed Science Conference will be held as..
Dr Heather Smyth Heather Smyth is a flavour chemist and sensory scientist from the University of Queensland, who has been working with premium food-and-beverage products for more than 15 years. With a background in wine-flavour..
Love Science? Love Food? Join us for an event at the intersection To launch this year’s National Science Week in Queensland, we are inviting you to join us for a delectable evening that will not..
David Hewitt, indigenous partner for our UAF training centre showcased in the ABC Movin’ to Country TV show
It’s known to be a superfood, but what exactly are the health benefits of the Kakadu plum? Watch the ABCTV premiere of Movin’ To The Country at 7.30pm Friday, or stream on iview: https://iview.abc.net.au/show/movin-to-the-country More..
Display of native ingredients flavour wheel at QLD DAF Plant Science school competition award day in Warwick
A team of students from the ARC ITTC for Uniquely Australian Foods are to present a display of a native ingredients flavour wheel at QLD DAF Plant Science school competition award day in Warwick.
“Fantastic seeds and where to find them – Exploring diversity of wattleseeds for food applications”. Presenter: Sera Susan Jacob, PhD student, Centre for Nutrition and Food Sciences, Queensland Alliance For Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI), The University..
The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) is Australia’s premier, member-based institute representing food scientists and technologists., with a mission to advance and inspire al food sector professionals through education, collaboration and recognition..