ILSI shares science to diverse audiences by hosting, sponsoring, and co-organizing a variety of events around the world. These include independent symposia; workshops; hands-on scientific training; and sessions held as part of the program of larger scientific and professional meetings.
After four years of collaboration, the Horizon 2020 project “FNS-Cloud” will launch the first generation cloud-solution for food data during its final event in Brussels (BE).
The Seminar will explore this new area of “Personalized or Precision Nutrition” and its benefits for building health, immunity and longevity, international and national developments, use of Artificial Intelligence, Data Protection requirements and issues like adequate support in the form of infrastructure and Manpower and Need for a Guidance Document. The Seminar will be first in the series of activities in this area to be organized by ILSI India.
For more details download the information flyer at: https://tinyurl.com/ycyfawsf
For Registration please use the following link: https://forms.gle/QCvgxtgKrzX92Z9m8
Last date for registration is 8 September.
EUROTOX 2023 will take place from 10 to 13 September 2023. ILSI Europe’s Food Contaminants Task Force is sponsoring a session on “Consideration of the endogenous exposome in risk assessment”. ILSI Europe will also be present in the Exibition area throughout the congress.
Acryred Cost Action has launched its first Training School. This opportunity is aimed at young researchers, early career researchers, PhD students, innovators, food technologists in the field of food production and risk of acrylamide.
- 2:00 PM - S05-01: N-Nitroso compounds, acrylamide and acrolein: paradigmatic research gaps within a wide spectrum of agents making up a largely unexplored endogenous exposome (G. Eisenbrand)
- 2:30 PM - S05-02: Biomarker based dosimetry of endogenous vs. exogenous exposure to acetaldehyde, furan, and glycation compounds (A. Mally, C. Kalisch, G. Eisenbrand, I. Rietjens, A. Hartwig)
- 3:00 PM - S05-03: Implications of endogenous exposure for risk assessment (I. Rietjens, M. Arand, H. Bolt, S. Bourdoux, A. Hartwig, N. Hinrichsen, C. Kalisch, A. Mally, G. Pellegrino, D. Ribera, N. Thatcher, G. Eisenbrand)