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Lecture Paper Series

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132/2003 - EU Chocolate Analysis Project - Current Status and Future Work
Franz Ulberth, Manuela Buchgraber and Elke Anklam
European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre, Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

131/2003 - The Formulation of Chocolate Vegetable Fats
John Birkett and Aarhus Olie

130/2003 - Analysis of vegetable fats
C Crews, Central Science Laboratory, York.

129/2003 - Economic Effects of the EU Chocolate Directive
Kees Burger and Hidde Smit

128/2003 - The view from Japan
I Nakamura and H Kida

127/2003 - Chocolate, Chocolate Fats and the EU Directive: 'The view from the USA'
Stanley M. Tarka, Jr., Ph.D.
The Tarka Group, Inc.

125/2003 - Chocolate, chocolate fats and the new EU chocolate directive: Implications for chocolate manufacturers in Europe
Philip Yates
Barry Callebaut (UK) Ltd

124/2002 - Clay in Rocks
David Woodward, Alan Woodside and Joe Jellie
University of Ulster, Highway Engineering Research Group

123/2002 - A History of Tar Distillation at Crew's Hole, Bristol
Raymond Holland, Bristol

122/2000 - Simulating sulfate attack of mortar and concrete above and against ground
W H Harrison, Glebe Research Services

121/2001 -Interesterification with immobilised enzymes
PH Berben, C Groen, MW Christensen, HC Holm

120/2000 - Physical properties of interesterified blends
Leny deMan, deMan Food Technology Services Inc

119/2000 - Use of palm stearin as a component of interesterified blends
JM deMan, University of Guelph

118/2000 - Interesterification in use for the production of confectionery fats
Karsten Nielsen, Aarhus Oliefabrik

117/2000 - Enzymic interesterification
Alasdair Macrae, Consultant

116/2000 - Chemical interesterification - process and safety management
Ray Cook, Ebortec Ltd

114/2000 - Interesterification: Process conditions
Marc Kellens, SA Extraction De Smet

113/2000 - Interesterification in oil processing
W Hamm

112/2001 - The role of the SCI in the development of oils and fats technology
Kurt Berger

111/2001 - Slag bound materials in composite roads
JTG Richardson, Tarmac Quarry Products Ltd, Wolverhampton, UK and
DJ Haynes, Independent Consultant

110/2000 - Advice to young researchers in cement and concrete science from a seasoned practitioner
J Bensted

109/2000 - A comparative study of the effects of silica fume, metakaolin and PFA on the air content of fresh concrete
George Christodoulou, University of Glamorgan

108/2000 - Accelerated Carbonation of Waste Calcium Silicate Materials
Derek Johnson, University of Greenwich

107/2000 -Effects of Rubber- Bitumen interaction on the performance of impact absorbing Asphalt: The Influence of Bitumen and Rubber Interactions on Asphalt Mixtures
Toby Singleton, University of Nottingham

106/2000 - Predicting the performance of stone mastic asphalt
Susanne Obert, University of Ulster

105/2000 -Bitumen films in tension
Judith Harvey, Cambridge University

104/2000 - Reflections on the history of the chemistry of cement
R G Blezard

103/2000 - The effect of reducing fertiliser nitrogen and phosphorus applications on the supplementary phosphorus requirements of ruminants
R G Hemingway

102/1999 - Highway drainage systems
Santi V Santhalingam

101/1999 - Pollution from highway runoff: the Highways Agency approach
P J Wilson 

100/1998 - Stone mastic asphalt in the UK
JTG Richardson

99/1998 - Not Published

98/1998 

Hydrogenation:
Dr HBW Patterson

97/1998 - Hydrogenation of oils for use in margarines and spreads
A Baldock

96/1998 - Trends in the development of edible oil hydrogenation catalysts:
WT Koetsier and MC Lok

95/1998 - Hydrogenated fats for confectionery and ice cream use
PM Clough

94/1998 - Reactor design and safety:
M Hilder

93/1998 - Hydrogenation; use in frying oils:
A Thomas

92/1998 - Pilot hydrogenation plants; Design and Application:
R Cook

91/1998 - Hydrogenation: Quo vadis?
RC Hastert

90/1998 - Alternatives to hydrogenation:
AJ Dijkstra

89/1997 - Teo Comparison of the Emulsification Properties of Gum Arabic and Modified Starch
Ah Moy

88/1997 - Using Treatment Processes in Contaminated Land Remediation
Bardos, R.P

87/1997 - Development, Principles and Long- Term Performance of Stone Mastic Asphalt in Germany
Bellin, P

86/1997 - THE USE Of READY- MIXED CONCRETE IN EXTRUDED HIGHWAY BARRIERS AND DRAINS - Norton MS

85/1997 - PHYSICAL REFINING - Kokken M

84/1996 - ENVIRONMENTAL LABELLING AND STANDARDISATION - Lawrance J

83/1996 - ECOLABELLING IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES - Burdett B

82/1996 - THE CALCULATION OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO PESTICIDE RESIDUES - Harris CA and Crossley SJ

81/1996 - EFFECTS OF PROCESSING ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES - Reynolds S

80/1996 - ARE YOU APPROVED? THE HAUC PCSM SPEPCIFICATION - Belli

79/1996 - MICROBIAL PHENOLIC ACID ESTERASES: THEIR POTENTIAL FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY - Donaghy J and McKay AM

78/1996 - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE XYLANOLYTIC SYSTEM OF THE THERMOPHILIC FUNGUS THERMOASCUS AURANTIACUS - Kalogiannis S, Owen E, Beever DE, Claeyssens M, Nerinckx Wand Bhat MK

77/1995 - PNEUMONIA IS A CONTINUING CHALLENGE TO THE CHEMIST AND TO THE CLINICIAN - Polk HC Jr

76/1996 - POROUS ASPHAL T - THE CONTRACTOR'S EXPERIENCE - Curran DJ and Jones GC

75/1996 - CHEMICAL HEALTH RISKS - THE REGULATORY FRAMEWORK - Graham P

74/1996 - CLOSURE OF INDUSTRIAL SITES - EXPERIENCES IN THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY - Buck S

73/1995 - THE PRIMARY ALUMINIUM INDUSTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT - CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES Jones P

72/1995 - INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE APPLICATION OF POROUS ASPHALT - Deviviere M Yon

71/1995 - WHERE TO AND WHERE NOT TO LAY POROUS ASPHALT - Daines Miat ME

70/1995 - THE USE OF POLYETHYLENE WASTE IN ASPHALT - Body D

69/1995 - CEMENTS CONTAINING BY- PRODUCT GYPSUMS - Bensted J

68/1995 - ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL BY- PRODUCTS FOR BITUMINOUS ROAD BASES - Elliott RC and Mercer J

67/1995 - SALMONELLA IN EGG AND EGG PRODUCTS: EFFECT ON THE EGG INDUSTRY - Ring M

66/1995 - CURRENT LEGISLATION IN EGG AND EGG PRODUCTS - McFadyen B

65/1995 - PUBLIC HEALTH ASPECTS OF THE CONTAMINATION OF EGGS AND EGG PRODUCTS WITH SALMONELLAS - Humphrey TJ

64/1995 - BAEKELAND LECTURE: OF ALGINATES AND RUBBERS AND CATALYSTS AND RINGS - PJesch PH

63/1995 - HAS THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY LEARNED ITS LESSON? WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE PAST? - Bree S de

62/1994 - PERSPECTIVES ON REMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATED LAND IN GERMANY - Franzlus V

61/1994 - DISPOSAL OF CHEMICAL PLANT AQUEOUS EFFLUENT - - Sparshott MB

60/1994 - CLINICAL ASPECTS OF NUT ALLERGY AND MANAGEMENT REACTIONS - Rusznak C and Davie RJ

59/1994 - AGGREGATE REQUIREMENTS FOR BITUMINOUS MATERIALS - Norman FZW

58/1994 - APPLIED ELECTRO- OPTICAL EFFECTS IN COLLOIDS AND BIOCOLLOIDS - Jennings BR

57/1994 - EUROPEAN STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR THE HYDRATION OF CEMENT - Livesey P

56/1994 - THE FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS MATERIALS AND THEIR MEASUREMENT - Cooper KE

55/1994 - RELEVANCE OF THE INTERFACE FRICTION COEFFICIENT TO PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE - AI Hakin B, AI Nageim H and Morley D

54/1994 - RHEOLOGY AND LABORATORY PERFORMANCE OF SURFACE DRESSING MATERIALS - Khalid K

53/1994 - STRATEGIC HIGHWAYS RESEARCH PROGRAM BINDER RHEOLOGY TESTS AND MIXTURE PROPERTIES - Jamieson IL, Leahy RB and Hicks RG

52/1994 - GROUTING POST. TENSIONING DUCTS - Clark GM

51/1994 - GROUTS IN TUNNELLING - Annett MF

50/1994 - GROUT STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS - Brooks SA and Johnson D

49/1994 - INTRODUCTION TO THE BEHAVIOUR OF GROUT SYSTEMS - Jefferis SA

48/1993 - MODERN LIMES - Jackson PJ

47/1994 - CURRENT MAFF RESEARCH ON FOOD INTOLERANCE - McQuillan M

46/1994 - INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR FOOD PLANT CLEANLINESS AND CIP - Duist J van

45/1994 - ALLERGY TO PEANUTS AND MILK - Wong M

44/1994 - CATALYTIC REACTIONS INVOLVING ALLYPALLADIUM INTERMEDIATES - Williams JMJ

43/1994 - EFFECT OF BITUMEN MODIFICATION ON THE RUTTING PERFORMANCE OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES - Rowe GM and Bouldin MG

42/1994 - Developments in Fat Fractionation Technology

Part A
Part B
Part C

M Kellens

41/1994 - Survey of the Application of Fractions of Edible Oils and Fats -
(Warning: large file)
FB Padley

40/1994 - Developments in Dry Fractionation of Fats
M van den Kommer & CNM Keulemans

38/1994 - HIGH- PRESSURE DRY FRACTIONATION OF FATS - Willner T

39/1994 - Principles of Fat Fractionation
RE Timms

37/1994 - Trends in Fractionation Practice for Edible Oils
W Hamm

36/1994 - Superolein Production and Analysis of Fractions - (Warning: large file)
E Deffense

35/1994 - GENERIC TYPES OF BINDER MODIFIER FOR BITUMEN - Nicholls JC

34/1994 - DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE OF POLYMER MODIFIED EMULSION BINDERS FOR SURFACE DRESSING - Lycet1 C

33/1994 - MODIFYING BITUMEN WITH TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT - Dussek IJ

32/1994 - OLEFIN ISOMERISATION USING AN ION EXCHANGE RESIN - Hazel NJ

31/1994 - THE GERMAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY - Ambros DH

30/1994 - THE CUP THAT CHEERS: POLYPHENOLS AND THE ASTRINGENCY OF TEA - Luck G, Liao H, Murray NJ, Warminski EE, Williamson MP, Lilley TH and Haslam E

29/1994 - ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF GREEN TEA IN VIVO - Quartley BJP, Clifford MN, Walker R and Williams CM

28/1994 - URINARY METABOLIC MARKERS FOR - +- CATECHIN, - - - EPICATECHIN, EPIGALLOCA TECHIN GALLATE AND GALLIC ACID - Copeland E, Clifford MN and Williams C

27/1994 - FRACTIONATION OF THEARUBIGINS: ISOLATION OF THEACITRINS - Powell C, Clifford MN, Opie SC and Gibson CL

26/1994 - ANALYTICAL ASPECTS OF THEARUBIGINS - Bailey RG and Nursten HE

25/1994 - FORMATION OF BLACK TEA THEARUGBIGINS BY IN VITRO ENZYMIC OXIDATION OF FLAVAN- 3- OLS - Opie SC, Clifford MN and Robertson A

24/1994 - INFLUENCE Of ENVIRONMENT ON WORLD TRADE IN OILS AND FATS - Berger KG

23/1994 - WHY BOTHER ABOUT AQUATIC POLLUTANT PATHWAYS? - McKay WA

22/1994 - THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS - Raum ALJ

21/1993 - SALIAD - THE SELF- AMPLIFYING LOOP OF IMMUNE AND ATHEROGENIC DAMAGE - Castineira M

20/1993 - PALM OIL VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTATION AND PLASMA LIPOPROTEIN LIPIDS - Atroshi F, Amtiola E, Sankari S, Treuthardt J, Gapor A and Westermarck T

19/1993 - PALM OIL AND VITAMIN E - HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KUALA LUMPUR SYMPOSIUM - Berger KG

18/1993 - 'NOVEL' BIOLOGICAL ANTIOXIDANTS - Duthie GG, McPhail DB and Morrice PC

17/1993 - SUPPLEMENTATION OF DIET WITH ANTIOXIDANTS FOR THE ELDERL Y - Driss F

16/1993 - VITAMIN E AND ATHEROSCLEROSIS - Mitchinson MJ

15/1993 - CHEMISTRY OF FREE RADICALS IN LIPIDS - Hamilton RJ

14/1993 - MILK PROTEINS ON SURFACES - Horne DS and Leaver J

13/1993 - CHEMICAL INDUSTRY MEDAL ADDRESS: REPAIRING OUR FAULTS - Clark WH

12/1993 - PERKIN MEDAL ADDRESS; THIN FILM MAGNETIC RECORDING HEADS - Romankiw L T

11/1993 - THE SCOPE FOR THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UK METABOLISABLE PROTEIN SYSTEM - Alderman G

10/1993 - WASTE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL TECHNOLOGY - Wheatley R

09/1993 - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR INCINERATORS - Kirk PWW and Sykes J

08/1993 - FRESH MEAT HYGIENE - PROGRESS IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY AND BEYOND - THE MAFF VIEW - Simmons AG

07/1993 - THE MEAT INSPECTOR'S ROLE AND VIEWS ON MEAT HYGIENE - Pratt JH

06/1993 - CURRENT FRESH MEAT HEALTH CONTROLS - THE CASE FOR ABOLITION - Bennett D

05/1993 - THE ORIGIN OF THE HACCP SYSTEM AND SUBSEQUENT EVOLUTION - Bauman HE

04/1993 - WHY NATURAL? - Blenford DE

03/1993 - NATURAL FLAVOURINGS - WHAT OPPORTUNITIES DOES THE DIRECTIVE DEFINITION OFFER? - Knights J

02/1993 - NATURAL FLAVOURS EXTRACTION - Moyler DA

01/1993 - COLOURS DERIVED FROM NATURE - APPLICATION TECHNIQUES - Collins P and Hughes S

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