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Scientists are attempting to tackle obesity by exploring ways of helping people stay healthy. One research project aims at producing junk-free, albeit tasty, food, whereas another looks at better understanding food consumption stimuli.
New research purports to help people stay healthy by developing a real-time water bug testing that could precisely identify the culprits responsible for waterborne disease
Real-time monitoring of cancer cell processes could soon be possible thanks to nanometric scale diamonds used as biosensors
The actors of the food supply chain need to adapt their practice to ensure both safe and sustainable production while retaining their say on food sovereignty
A new guiding framework is designed to help national governments determine recommended daily vitamins and minerals intake, depending on where they live in Europe.
Scientists attempt to reengineering enzymes to introduce the methods of nature into industrial chemistry
Wednesday 8 January 2014, 13:00CET/12:00 UK - Learn how technology can improve living conditions for pigs and their farmers through better feed, better life and better meat.
31 March - 02April 2014 | Aberdeen, UK - Face-to-face CommNet Communications course announced!
25 - 26 February 2014 | Dundee, United Kingdom - The Conference covers Agri-environmental and Economic Aspects, Combinable Crops, and Potatoes.
13 - 15 March 2014 | Munich, Germany - International Conference on Developmental Origins of Adiposity and Long-Term Health
18-19 June 2014 | La Rochelle, France - Salt-Sugar-Lipids reduction
24 - 26 June 2014 | Budapest, Hungary
IPC2014 aims to highlight evidence-based benefits as proven in clinical trials and scientific experiments.
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