21 May 2013

Food for Thought 2013

Organised by:

 SCI’s Food Group

SCI HQ, London

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Synopsis

The Food Group will once more hold its 'Food for Thought' evening event at SCI HQ. This is a great opportunity to hear the presentations from the winners of last year's Young Food Scientist Competition which was jointly sponsored by SCI's Food Group and IFST Northern and South Eastern Branches.

As well as hearing from the three winners from last year's competition, Professor Martin Wickham, Head of Nutrition at Leatherhead Food Research UK, will round of the evening's presentations asking the question, 'Is a Calorie Really a Calorie?'


Programme

Event Day

Event Schedule
17:45
Doors Open
18:00
Welcome and Introduction: Andy Kerridge
18:10
Jacopo Mistrello: 'Investigation of Functional Components of Powdered Date Pits'
18:25
Javier Garcia Lomillo: 'Should anti-oxidants activity assays be included in the quality control of the decaffeination process?'
18:40
Ditte Annie Hobbs: 'Beetroot Enriched Bread: Cardio Protective Effects & Consumer Acceptance'
18:55
Professor Martin Wickham: 'Is a Calorie really a Calorie?'
19:30
End and networking/refreshments

Venue and Contact

SCI

SCI HQ, London, UK

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1594

Email: communications@soci.org


Fees
Tickets cost £8 via the website, £15 on the day.

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Additional Info

About the Keynote Speaker

Professor Martin Wickham is the Head of Nutrition at Leatherhead Food Research, UK. His research interests were centred on understanding human gut physiology with particular emphasis on the human response to complex food and pharmaceutical systems. He is a BBSRC/Royal Society of Edinburgh Enterprise Fellow, has a PhD from the University of East Anglia and has an MBA from the University of Dundee. Martin also holds a visiting Professorship at the Pharmaco-Biological Department, University of Messina, Italy, an Adjunct Faculty Position at The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research, NZ, a member of the BBSRC DRINC Steering Group and is a member of the ILSI Europe Publication Committee.