Combining their respective areas of expertise in natural food safety and natural antioxidant solutions, Galactic and Naturex will develop standardized and all-in-one shelf life solutions tailored to each type of application.
Discoveries | 15 November 2013
The workshop brings together specialists from across the globe to help formulators and R&D professionals get to grips with translating science into products that appeal to consumers.
Discoveries | 19 August 2013
The symposium will cover current developments of palm oil in Malaysia as well as the unique health benefits and applications of red palm oil and its phytonutrients tocotrienol and carotenes.
Discoveries | 10 July 2013
The €9 million project - spearheaded by the University of Manchester - was launched to study food allergy.
Discoveries | 12 April 2013
The Total Agilent Experience symposium will feature workshops with experts in industries such as food safety, energy research, environment, pharmaceutical research and manufacturing.
Discoveries | 18 March 2013
GlycOmega Plus green-lipped mussel extract from Aroma NZ is found to be more effective than glucosamine at treating joint pain and stiffness, according to the results of a newly published independent clinical study carried out at the University of Queensland in Australia.
Discoveries | 18 October 2012
Milk and cereal products fortified with iron and a combination of other micronutrients are more likely to help reduce iron-deficiency anaemia in children than foods fortified with iron alone, according to a new study commissioned by Nestlé.
Discoveries | 26 July 2012
A clinical study carried out in Iran has proven that administration of Kaneka Q10 in patients with reduced sperm motility is effective in improving the kinetic features of sperm.
Discoveries | 24 July 2012
Two researchers from Austria and Switzerland were awarded for their studies in the field of medical biotechnology in relation to obesity and development of novel synthetic methods using in situ generated diazo compounds respectively.
Discoveries | 22 June 2012
Michigan State University researchers looking at the effects of diet on bowel disease found that mice on a calorie-restricted diet were more likely to die after being infected with an inflammation-causing bacterial pathogen in the colon.
Discoveries | 17 April 2012