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Food science

Food science includes product quality, vegetables, milk, meat and fish.


There are 40 pages tagged with Food science:

Workshop on plant breeding and methods

lisa.beste@slu.se SLU Grogrund is arranging a workshop on 28 May, 09:30 am – 3:00 pm with a focus on the latest methodology for use in plant breeding such as gene editing, high-throughput

Bridging disciplines through Urban Healthscapes

Urban Healthscapes is a useful concept to facilitate interdisciplinary research on health issues in urban settings. This was one of the key messages from a recent webinar arranged in collaboration

Diss Shishanthi Jayarathna

Novel starch types Molecular diversity for future applications charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Shishanthi Jayarathna defends her thesis "Novel starch types Molecular diversity for future applications" on

A Resilient and Sustainable Food System

A Resilient and Sustainable Food System markmiljo-webb@slu.se How are we working on sustainable food systems in Sweden? How do we ensure fertile farmland? During Sweden Innovation Days 2024, Jennie

Diss Mathias Johansson

Texture and microstructure of legumebased mixed gels charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Mathias Johansson defends his thesis "Texture and microstructure of legumebased mixed gels" on 05th of April 2024 All

Gut bacteria determine how whole grains are broken down

The effects of whole grain rye bread on gut microbiota were studied in a fermentation study in laboratory and in a dietary intervention study in which the study subjects consumed a high amount of

Food system in transition

Food system in transition - The Food Science Sweden Conference 2024 futurefood@slu.se The Swedish food system is confronted with significant challenges related to sustainability and health, yet it

Seed money to research on Vietnam coffee production

SLU researcher Thi Thanh Mai Ha has received seed money from Future Forests for a research project on intercropping adoption among Vietnamese coffee farmers. Thi Thanh Mai Ha ’s project focuses on

Predicting loaf quality with analysis instead of test baking leads to great savings

Is test baking a necessary step in quality control in the bread industry, or could the results be predicted based on other analysis methods? In her new doctoral thesis, Louise Selga has obtained

Nobalis

On December 13th the student teams from 5 Nordic and Baltic universities pitched their food and biotechnology related business ideas to an international jury at the NOBALIS Demo Day. The teams have

Urban food policy and food planning

SLU Future Food and SLU Urban Futures co-organised two events in November when urban food planning and food policy took center stage in discussions. During the EU Days in Lund, the two platforms

You never know the consequences of one conversation

“Humans are amazing! If you put them in a room and allow them to be who they are, allow them to bring all of themselves, not just their intellectual part, we hear wonderful stories. You never know

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