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New £4.5M funding competition: Connected digital additive manufacturing

Innovate UK is investing up to £4.5 million in collaborative industrial research projects that stimulate innovation in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing. Additive manufacturing...

Report from the US-UK Bioinformatics for the Microbiome Workshop

In March 2016 a group of leading US and UK researchers met at the  University of California San Diego to discuss  inconsistencies across the breadth of microbiome research. The main...

Detecting whether beer has gone stale using a sensor and a smartphone app

Beer is one of the most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world. The flavour of each brand is one of its most relevant quality standards. However, depending on the beer type and its...

Demonstrating the health benefits of food bioactives, 13-15 Sept, Norwich

The Institute of Food Research are hosting a conference on  Food Bioactives and Health on 13-15 September 2016 in Norwich, to provide an open forum that brings together researchers from...

RICHFIELDS stakeholder event: Food & Health Consumer Behaviour & Lifestyle

RICHFIELDS is a EU Project, which aims to design a world class research infrastructure on Food and Health Consumer Behaviour and Lifestyle that will serve as an open access,...

Do you have a product that could be helped in the market with a health claim?

The BACCHUS (Cardiovascular Benefits from Food Additives) project is holding a workshop on 10th June in Brussels aimed at businesses who have products  that they would like to associate...

Silk keeps fruit fresh without refrigeration

Half of the world's fruit and vegetable crops are lost during the food supply chain, due mostly to premature deterioration of these perishable foods, according to the Food and Agriculture...

Catch up on the latest food sector news, funding and events

The May edition of KTN's  Food Sector newsletter , with updates on all the latest funding opportunities, events and research news, was publised yesterday.  Highlights include the...

Harnessing physics to solve challenges in food manufacturing

Physics and food may not, at first glance, seem like a natural partnership, but the recent Physics in Food Manufacturing Summit demonstrated that there are many areas where the application of...

Ambitious voluntary agreement aims to make food & drink production & consumption more sustainable

The Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC) has joined  Wrap’s Courtauld Commitment , an ambitious ten-year voluntary agreement that brings together organisations across the food system –...

Scientists design ‘metabolic fingerprinting’ method to fight food fraud

Scientists design method to tell if your mince is telling porkies Scientists at the University of Manchester have used ‘metabolic fingerprints’ to detect precise amounts of pork in beef...

Reducing the sugar content of yogurt without reducing sweetness

A team from a Danish food ingredients company has manipulated the metabolic properties of yogurt-producing bacteria to sweeten the yogurt naturally, while reducing sugar in the final product....

Use of soy isoflavones and peptides to reduce microbial contamination could benefit food industry

Soy isoflavones and peptides may inhibit the growth of microbial pathogens that cause food-borne illnesses, according to  a new study  from University of Guelph researchers. ...

Food and drink industries invited to apply to Zero Waste Scotland's Circular Economy Investment Fund

Zero Waste Scotland is investing European Regional Development Funds to help small and medium businesses be resource efficient and create a more circular economy.  Between 2016...

Want to catch up on the latest food sector news, funding and events?

We have just publ;ished the April edition of KTN's  Food Sector newsletter , with updates on all the latest funding opportunities, events and research news. If you didn't get a copy...

Find out how BBSRC funded research is changing the food of the future

BBSRC has published a feature article on the 12 ways that research is changing the food of the future. These include: The ice cream that doesn’t melt (as much) and other...

FoodWasteNet opens call for Business Interaction Vouchers

FoodWasteNet , a BBSRC Network in Industrial Biotechnology & Bioenergy (NIBB), has announced that its  fourth call for  Business Interaction Vouchers is now open. ...

3D printing: Could it be the start of a food manufacturing revolution?

The Spring 2016 edition of Baking Europe ,  research and innovation publication for the baking and confectionery industry in Europe, features an article by KTN's  Professor Bryan...

Catch up on the latest food sector news, funding and events

The March edition of KTN's  Food Sector newsletter  is now out, with updates on all the latest funding opportunities, events and research news. If you didn't get a copy in your...

Eco-friendly food packaging that doubles shelf-life of food products

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have successfully developed an environmentally-friendly food packaging material that is free from chemical additives, by fortifying...
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