ICC19 - Cereal Science meets Technology - regular registration ending soon!

19th ICC Conference 2019 - "Science meets Technology"

13 Sessions packed with state-of-the-art cereal research and technological findings and high ranking cereal scientist is the reason why ICC2019 is a must in your calendar - get all your cereal networking done in 2 days!

Picking out just one of the sessions, ICC Corporate Member CHOPIN Technologies invites you to attend the special Corporate Member session «Innovations and Applications for Cereal Laboratories » This session will bring together four great scientists who will present real solutions to applications which aim to provide comprehensive solutions to today's laboratory challenges - READ MORE

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Regular registration ends 14 April - register today and meet your peers and colleagues from around the globe!

There are only very few Networking Dinner spots at the famous 360° Panarama Restaurant at the Danube Tower available - secure yours today!

As a special offer ICC2019 participants get a 15% disount on concerts at "Schloss Schönbrunn"- performed daily at 20:30. Book at www.imagevienna.com/de/promotion  and use the discount code "ICC2019" (valid from 17-30 April 2019). A CD from the Schloss Schönbrunn Orchestra as a souvenir from the evening is also included.

All information and the link to registration can be found at: http://icc2019.icc.or.at

Join us in April in Vienna - we look forward to welcoming you!

ICC2019 - Final programme available!

The final programme is now available for the
19th ICC Conference 2019 - "Science meets Technology"


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65 Oral and 75 poster presentations will guarantee a truly multidisciplinary event including presentations such as: 

  • "Impact of climate change on cereal science and technology"
  • "Grains for the future: how wholegrain science and technology can be harnessed for the health of our nations"
  • "Influence of processing on cereal health potential: holistic versus reductionist approaches"
  • "Designing future wheat for improved health benefits"
  • "Shaping the future of nutrition: the case of personalised nutrition"
  • "Development of a novel phospholipase to reduce potential risk of off-flavor in rich baking recipies"
  • "Fibre molecular structure and specificity of gut microbiota response"
  • "Insights on wheat quality evaluation along the value chain"
  • "Role of rheology as quality predictor in gluten free based foods"

Register today and meet your peers and colleagues from the cereal sector!
Only very few Networking Dinner spots available - secure yours today.

All information and the link to registration can be found at: http://icc2019.icc.or.at

Join us in April in Vienna!

Strategies for effective mycotoxin management - MyToolBox Stakeholder Meeting & Training in China

The MyToolBox Consortium is proud to announce the Stakeholder Training and Workshop, which will take place in April 16-17 in Beijing (China). Thanks to the special contribution of the local MyToolBox partner ASAG, in cooperation with Romer Labs China Ltd, a programme outline has been drafted. ICC is work package leader of WP5 - Exploitation, Dissemination and Communication - responsible for disseminating information about the project and its results to the stakeholders along the food supply chain, facilitating collaboration, information exchange and interaction between different actors and organisations involved in the control and management of mycotoxins. For more details about the event please read here.

ICC2019 - Programme now available!

We are happy to present you the draft programme for the 19th ICC Conference 2019 - "Science meets Technology"

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ICC2019 will offer 2 days packed with state-of-the-art presentations in the sessions covering:

  • Processing and cereal products
  • Designing future wheat with improved quality as well as pest and disease resistance
  • Cereal nutrition
  • Forthcoming challenges for the transformation of grains
  • New methods and instruments
  • Qualitative food science approaches towards nutrition design
  • Ancient and novel grains & legumes
  • Analytic processes implementing environmental influences, increasing quality demands, and nutritional physiological trends
  • Gluten analysis - from the past to the future
  • Food quality, safety & Sustainability
  • Innovation and applications for cereal laboratories

This event will give you multidisciplinary and in-depth insight to the hot topics of cereal research and technology presented by experts from across the globe.

Take your chance and join this experts' event by registering today or putting your company in the spotlight by becoming a sponsor or exhibitor.
Submission for poster presentation is also still possible till 8. March 2019.

All information and the link to registration can be found at: http://icc2019.icc.or.at

Join us in Vienna and expand your cereal network!

Healthy and Sustainable Diets Round Table | 07.03.2019 | European Parliament, Brussels

We are delighted to bring your attention to an event co-hosted by MEP Gentile (IT, S&D) and the Healthgrain Forum (HGF) - the Nutrition and Health Task Force associated with ICC entitled
Embracing Healthy and Sustainable Dietary Switches for You and the Planet’s Health!”, which will take place on: 
 

Thursday 7 March 2019, 11:00-12:30, at the European Parliament, Brussels  - room ASP 3H1. 


Aims of the Meeting

1.Raise awareness of the simple, realistic and sustainable dietary switches everyone can make to their diets for better health and for the planet’s well-being, highlighting the important role wholegrain plays in this dietary model.  

2 Build up a constructive dialogue between consumers, policy-makers, food industry and retailers on how to best motivate and create enabling environments to nudge consumers into adopting small, yet impactful low environmental impact dietary changes, for a healthy life for present and future generations.

3. Spotlight on Italy: how to increase wholegrain consumption in markets consuming lowest amount of whole grain to improve public health– elucidating the importance of the local context, culinary traditions and habits.

The event will draw on the recent EAT-Lancet Commission report

 

English and Italian interpretation will be provided. 

 

The event will be followed by a networking reception. 

 

In case you want to attend this meeting, please confirm your participation by registering hereno later than Tuesday 26 February.

 

 

 

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