Food Chemistry Webinar:
Getting your paper published
12th March 2019, via GoToMeetingEuroFIR is pleased to announce the second of its new webinar series, which will be live on the 12th March 2019 (11:00 CET). The topic is Food Chemistry: Getting your paper published and the webinar will focus on how to avoid delays and potential ethical complications. Participation is free-of-charge and open to anyone interested in understanding potential pitfalls in manuscript preparation and submission that often lead to research being rejected. Although this webinar will focus on Food Chemistry, do not miss this opportunity to understand better how to select a journal and avoid delays in processing, and maximise your chances of being published!
REFRESH Final Conference 2019: Fresh ideas to reduce food waste and valorise surplus food
9th – 10th May 2019, Barcelona, SpainThe goal of the REFRESH Final Conference will be to showcase the results of the REFRESH project and spur future action on food waste among business, policy, research, and civil society.
Introductory and Advanced Courses in Dietary Assessment Methods
Introduction Course 20th May 2019, Aberdeen, UK
Advanced Course 21-23 May 2019
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to announce new dates for a 2019 Introductory and Advanced Courses on Dietary Assessment Methods.The courses are aimed at anyone with an interest in dietary assessment methods who has some background in either dietetics or nutrition. Topics covered will include reflection on dietary assessment methods, alternative sources of dietary data, advances in food composition data.
16th-18th September 2019, Brussels, Belgium
2nd Food Chemistry Conference:
Shaping the Future of Food Quality, Safety, Nutrition and Health
17th-19th September 2019, Seville, SpainFood Chemistry is the leading journal in its field, with an impact factor of 4.946 and publishing over 2,000 papers every year. Join the journal editors, board members, authors, reviewers and experts in Seville in September 2019 to debate the latest scientific advances.