Part-time, summer opportunity for graduate students to directly participate in advancing food safety or nutritional sciences.
IAFNS enters its fourth year as a science-focused nonprofit uniquely positioned to mobilize government, industry and academia to drive, fund and lead actionable research.
Collaborative webinars to focus on key scientific trends and findings related to gut microbiome and nutrition, and the interaction of diet, stress and immune function.
Annual conference speakers to address cutting-edge nutrition and food safety topics.
Scientists that study cognition often use different approaches, tests and even ways of thinking about the area. But a new paper answers a call from the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report to address “inconsistent validity and reliability of cognitive test methods.” These limitations constrain the ability to make firm conclusions about diet and cognition over the life course.
A June 13-14 gathering of scientific and regulatory experts at the National Press Club
IAFNS free research webinar on the relationship between dietary sweetness and weight takes place April 20, 10:00-11:00 a.m. ET.
Advancing food science for public health benefit through transparency and collaboration.
Reporters invited to briefing on Low- and No-Calorie Sweeteners and glycemic response research
Food manufacturers can now enter data on the safe, live microbes in their products into a global database to support a recommended amount for the diet.
Two new publications make it easier to formulate fiber-added foods with acceptable consumer tolerance.
A unique opportunity to work with scientists in government, industry and academia to learn more about how multi-sector science collaborations have impact.
Afternoons-only, virtual conference features talks on food labels, ‘safe’ ingredients and more.
IAFNS-led Nov. 14 webinar to explore federal and state developments and their implications.
Compilation of over 280 papers will be an evergreen risk reduction resource.
Understanding the fundamentals of these emerging technologies will help design improved systems for chemical recycling and upcycling of waste plastics.
IAFNS June 21-23 Second Annual Meeting and Science Symposium still open for online registration
Now in its second year, IAFNS Summer Research Opportunity Fellowship Program supports the next generation of scientists.