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     2013 Annual Report​

ABOUT ILSI
The International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) is a nonprofit, worldwide organization whose mission is to provide science that improves human health and well-being and safeguards the environment.

It achieves this mission by fostering collaboration among experts from academia, government, and industry on conducting, gathering, summarizing, and disseminating science. Read More

NEWS!

ILSI Announces Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker
Communications expert Dominique Brossard, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, will present on the science of science communications. Read more


Nutrition Reviews Moves to #5
Nutrition Reviews is now #5 for impact factor (Nutrition and Dietetics)! Congratulations to Editor Naomi Fukagawa and her team. Also, enjoy a special online-only issue on material and infant nutrition. No charge and no subscription required: Maternal and child nutrition

 

 Join us at UPCOMING EVENTS

 
Workshop 'Hazard vs. Risk Based Approaches in Food Safety Assessment'
Brussels, Belgium 12/2/2014 - 12/2/2014
Seven task forces are jointly supporting this workshop which aims to create awareness of hazard and risk-based approaches in food safety assessment.
 
Food Composition Database: Principles and Applications
Hotel Windsor Suites & Convention Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand 12/2/2014 - 12/2/2014
Organized by ILSI SEA Region Thailand Country Committee and Food Science and Technology Association of Thailand (FoSTAT). Program highlights include: Food composition database (FCD): Systematic development at national and regional levels; Current status of FCD in Thailand and ASEAN and their potential uses; and Linking FCD to a national food consumption survey.
 
ILSI North America Annual Meeting
Phoenix, Arizona 1/16/2015 - 1/21/2015
 
Sessions @ILSI Annual Meeting 2015
Chandler (Phoenix), USA 1/20/2015 - 1/20/2015
ILSI Europe organises 2 sessions on 20 January 2015 on 'Hazards and Risks: the Exposure Revolution’ and ‘The Ageing Brain’.
 
Mind the Gap – the National Nutrition Survey under the Microscope
Sydney, Australia 3/13/2015 - 3/13/2015
Organized by ILSI SEA Region Australasia Country Committee
 
Seminar on Food Allergens – Science & Challenges for Southeast Asia
Bangkok, Thailand 4/7/2015 - 4/7/2015
Organized by ILSI SEA Region prior to ILSI SEA Region Annual Meeting 2015
 
::SAVE THE DATE:: Reunião Anual ILSI Brasil 2015 - Ciência, Indústria, Governo e Sociedade: Oportunidades e desafios
Grande Hotel Campos do Jordão 4/8/2015 - 4/10/2015
 
Course @ EuroTox 2015
Porto, Portugal 9/13/2015 - 9/13/2015
Course on 'Thresholds of Toxicological Concern – Basics and Latest Developments'. Supported by the TTC Task Force.

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 Browse our RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 
Does Increased Prescribed Exercise Alter Non-Exercise Physical Activity/Energy Expenditure in Health Adults? A Systematic Review
Journal Article 2014
​Prescribed physical activity/exercise training may reduce non-exercise physical activity resulting in no change in total daily energy expenditure and no or minimal exercise-induced weight loss.
 
Engineered Nanoscale Food Ingredients: Evaluation of Current Knowledge on Material Characteristics Relevant to Uptake from the Gastrointestinal Tract
Journal Article 2014
 
Fortification: new findings and implications
Journal Article 2014
This article discusses and evaluates the value of fortification, the success of current fortification efforts, and the future role of fortification in preventing or reversing nutrient inadequacies.
 
Fortified Foods Are Major Contributors to Nutrient Intakes in Diets of US Children and Adolescents
Journal Article 2014
This paper examines the impact of fortification on nutrient adequacy and excess among US children and adolescents.
 
Measurement Methods for the Oral Uptake of Engineered Nanomaterials from Human Dietary Sources: Summary and Outlook
Journal Article 2014
This article is one of a series of 4 that report on a task of the NanoRelease Food Additive (NRFA) project of the International Life Science Institute Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application.
 
Measurement Methods to Detect, Characterize, and Quantify Engineered Nanomaterials in Foods
Journal Article 2014
This article is one of a series of 4 that reports on a task of the NanoRelease Food Additive project of the International Life Science Institute Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application to identify, evaluate, and develop methods that are needed to confidently detect, characterize, and quantify intentionally produced engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) released from food along the alimentary tract.
 
Measurement Methods to Evaluate Engineered Nanomaterial Release from Food Contact Materials
Journal Article 2014
This article is one of a series of 4 that report on a task of the NanoRelease Food Additive project of the Intl. Life Science Inst. Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application to identify, evaluate, and develop methods that are needed to confidently detect, characterize, and quantify intentionally produced engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) released from food along the alimentary tract.
 
Measurement of Nanomaterials in Foods: Integrative Consideration of Challenges and Future Prospects
Journal Article 2014
​The risks and benefits of nanomaterials in foods and food contact materials receive conflicting international attention across expert stakeholder groups as well as in news media coverage and published research.
 
Measurement of Nanomaterials in Foods: Integrative Consideration of Challenges and Future Prospects
Journal Article 2014
To improve understanding of risk and benefit, analytical methods are needed to identify what materials, new or traditional, are “nanorelevant” with respect to biological interaction and/or uptake during alimentary tract transit.
 
Methods to Evaluate Uptake of Engineered Nanomaterials by the Alimentary Tract
Journal Article 2014
This article is one of a series of 4 that report on a task of the NanoRelease Food Additive project of the International Life Science Institute Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application to identify, evaluate, and develop methods that are needed to confidently detect, characterize, and quantify intentionally produced engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) released from food along the alimentary tract.

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