Each year the EFFoST conference is hosted by a different institute and held in a different location in Europe. The 32nd EFFoST International Conference will be hosted by Oniris, the Nantes-Atlantic National College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering located in France
Read more about A message from Prof. Alain Le Bail, the conference chair of the 32nd EFFoST International Conference
Alongside our scientific programme there will also be plenty of opportunities to socialize with your fellow conference delegates, such as during the welcome reception and conference dinner.
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Young EFFoST is a group recently created for and by students, early-career food scientists, and food professionals. The first meeting will be held in Nantes (France), just before the 32nd EFFoST Conference, on Monday 5 November 2018.
Read more about New hub for young scientists and professionals working in Food Science!
On Thursday 8 November, this special session will identify how the food industry and the food market is innovating.
Read more about EFFoST Conference - Innovation in food: from technology to e-food and delivery
An interview with Matthieu Vincent from DigitalFoodLab, where they explore FoodTech opportunities and help entrepreneurs, investors and food corporates to act on them. In November, he will be discussing European FoodTech at the 32nd EFFoST International Conference in Nantes.
Read more about Foodtech in Europe: does it compare to the US and where is the money going?
The GHI is a joint initiative between EFFoST and the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT). The first event will be held in Leiden, the Netherlands, 24-28 March 2019.
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The availability and accessibility to food for future generations is an international challenge that is affecting all countries. Countries like India and China and the continent Africa are facing their own unique set of food challenges.
Read more about EFFoST Conference - The Food Challenge in Africa, India and China
An interview with Prof. Dr. Christophe Lacroix from the Laboratory of Food Biotechnology at ETH-Zurich. In November, he will be discussing the link between biotechnologies and food bioprocess with nutrition at the 32nd EFFoST International Conference in Nantes, France.
Read more about Microbes in food production are most powerful when there is union and communities!
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