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.
A unique opportunity to work with scientists in government, industry and academia to learn more about how multi-sector science collaborations have impact.
Researchers have found a method using molecular profiling and machine learning to develop blood-based dietary signatures that more accurately predict both diet and the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. They say the metabolic snapshot could allow those studying food science to better understand the implications of diet and nutrition on health.
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IAFNS’ “Idea Portal” is open to pitches for science-focused projects from the public
Review of over 100 studies finds mostly correct usage but some slips in interpretation
Abstract submissions for the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior 2021 annual conference are now open at http://www.sneb.org/abstracts.