Taipei , Taiwan
9:30 am – 4:35 pm
International Conference Hall of Tsai Lecture Hall, College of Law, National Taiwan University
Through perfecting food processing process, some benefits can be achieved, such as extending food shelf life, improving taste and increasing food nutrition, but it may also generate some potentially harmful substances during food processing. How to not only keep the benefits of food processing but also achieve food safety at the same time is an important issue.
Therefore, National Institute of Environmental Toxicology of the National Institutes of Health invited experts from government, academia and the industry to participate in the symposium, including Prof. Gerhard Eisenbrand, Senior Research Professor at the University of Kaiserslautern, Department of Chemistry, Division of Food Chemistry and Toxicology, Germany. Prof. Eisenbrand has been focusing on the study of molecular interactions between food ingredients/ contaminants and organism and exploring the impact on human health. Domestic scholars and experts were also invited to introduce the emerging pollutant strategies for edible oils and fats, as well as the identification and testing techniques. Through the symposium, it is hoped to promote further exchanges between government, academia and the industry, and to enhance future research and management directions.
To enhance domestic food processing technology and explore future research and management directions by involving experts from government, academia and the industry.
National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences, National Health Research Institutes (NHRI);
International Life Sciences Institute Taiwan (ILSI Taiwan);
Association of Official Analytical Communities (AOAC) Taiwan
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Chairpersons and speakers
Prof. Gerhard Eisenbrand, Senior Research Professor at the University of Kaiserslautern, Department of Chemistry, Division of Food Chemistry and Toxicology, Germany.
Group picture with chairpersons and speakers
For more information, please visit the event page on ILSI Taiwan's Chinese website.