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Chapter 20, Section 1 (Impact of Science & Technology)

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Biotechnology and Food Personal Choices & Public Policies Thomas M. Zinnen Biotechnology Policy & Outreach Specialist University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension.

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What Lies in the Future for Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resurces? Dr. Norman R Scott Biological & Environmental.

molecules, atom by atom!! Not likely to happen very soon, but after all food is just an assemblage of molecules arranged in a specific structure. Technological Convergence Create science and technology for converging platforms in areas of highest societal interest to address our common future (Roco, 2012) I summit that the agriculture, food and natural resources system is clearly ONE of these platforms, never more important than/


Science in Your Shopping Cart Debra Spielmaker, Director Utah State University – Agriculture in the Classroom

as peanuts or soy) may be present in a food eventually consumed by an unknowing allergic person. Questions for Discussion Are the food products safe to eat? Do the benefits outweigh the risks? What is on the horizon in food science? What is left to invent? What are some career opportunities in the area of food science and food technology? How many people have really made a loaf of/


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Science An introduction AARHUS UNIVERSITY 2013 fooD DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE.

the research: Increased consumption of healthy foods through delivering superior taste, health and wellbeing solutions. Science team leader: Derek V. Byrne Site: AU Aarslev Science team: Food. Metabolomics & Sensory Science AARHUS UNIVERSITY 2013 Food, Metabolomics & Sensory Science LC-MS and NMR Metabolomic activities focus on characterization of metabolites in: › Foods to understand sensory and technological quality aspects › Biofluids to elucidate the effect of food intake in relation to health. Sensory/


Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University

Irony that the U.S., home to many GE firms, has rates of child poverty and hunger among the highest in the industrialized world GE Foods and World Hunger UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (2008): Poverty exacerbated by GM seeds UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry/


Kick off meeting and Conference of Tempus project: “Modernizing the 3rd cycle at the UP & Developing a PhD Program at the Fac. of Economics” 26-28 March.

enrolled students: - 8 Prishtina - 4 Tirana - 1 London - 1 Zürich - 1 Sarajevo Study program: “PhD in Food Science and Technology” B. BerishaPhD in Food Science...13 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PhD in Food Science & Technology & Creating Capacities for PhD Reform at the University of Pristina / Kosovo Recommendations/suggestions (for PhD counsel of UP): The UP should further organize doctoral studies of the same character/


Resources for this unit include: Principles of Food Science (Goodheart-Wilcox) Dr. Robert Shewfelt (Professor of Food Science, The University of Georiga)

Dr. Shewfelt Emerging TechnologyFood Science FCS-FS-14: Students will examine emerging technology in the field of food science. a. Describe the benefits of various technological advances on the scientific study, processing, and preparation of food products. b. Describe examples of emerging technologies that may impact careers in food science and nutrition. c. Explore new types of food products and examine emerging food packaging technology. Technological Advances in Food Science Over the years/


Results of the project "Systems analysis and forecasting in the field of science and technology" in "Health of the Nation" Exert group: J.Sh. Jumadilov.

evaluating the safety and quality of food products IT-technology in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases At least 5 telemedicine technologies for diagnosis and treatment Nazarbayev University, Kazakh National Medical University, the Medical University Karaganda, West Kazakhstan State Medical University, State Medical University of Semey, Astana Medical University, Research Institute of diet medicine and ecology, NC Hygiene and Epidemiology Science Centre, hyenas work and occupational diseases, sanitary/


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University of Shanghai for Science and Technology School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering Chapter 6 Protective agent and additives for freeze-drying.

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SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING IN THE FIELD OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR, FOOD PROCESSING AND SAFETY"

“National center of state scientific and technical expertise" Almaty, 2014 Project results «System analysis and forecasting in the field of science and technology» On sub-direction «Processing and food safety» Processing and food industry, food safety 1 The development of modern physical-chemical and electro-physical methods in high-performance technologies of processing of agricultural raw materials 2 Development of technological processes using the methods of nano - and biotechnology in the processing of/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger GE crops undermine food and nutritional security, food sovereignty and food democracy GE crops undermine food and nutritional security, food sovereignty and food democracy Increasing reliance on GE food Increasing reliance on GE food Consolidates corporate control of agriculture Consolidates corporate/


School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Freeze Drying of Pharmaceutical and Food Products Baolin.

the ice sublimation needs, material must be heated. The sublimation heat of ice at - 40 ℃ is 2838.6kJ/kg. School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering University of Shanghai for Science and Technology School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering University of Shanghai for Science and Technology A freeze-drying system is mainly composed of the following components: a drying chamber, a cold trap, a refrigeration system, a vacuum system/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Dan Smith Department of Food Science & Technology Oregon State University Making the Connection Between Classroom and Programmatic Assessment Faculty Assessment.

within individual classes, but could also provide data needed for programmatic assessment Programmatic learning outcomes requiring assessment (for IFT approval) –disciplinary knowledge –oral and written communication –critical thinking and problem solving Food Science & Technology Assessing Written Communication Food Science & Technology Programmatic Assessment Goals Assess student performance on different kinds of writing assignments Measure growth in writing during progression through the program Class/


School of Medical Instrument and Food Engineering University of Shanghai for Science and Technology Chapter 3 Equipment of Freeze-drying.

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Food Science & Technology Past Present & Future #FNPH2015.

should we need to know about Food Science in order to get oriented for a career? What is Food Science and Technology? Careers in Food Science Educational Requirements Internships Job Market Predictions Typical Salary 20 What is Food Science? Food Science is an applied science used to study the: nature of foods causes of their deterioration principles underlying food processing 21 OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR FOOD SCIENCE OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR FOOD SCIENCE DELIVER VALUE TO NATIONAL ECONOMY/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Using Innovation to Keep Foods Fresher for Longer Ron Cotterman Vice President, Sustainability Sealed Air Corporation SAVE FOOD Congress May 8, 2014.

Apply technologies to keep foods fresh and prevent waste Systems Thinking and Food Supply Chains Supply Chain Interactions and Food Waste 6 15% of incoming 12% of purchased 4% of incoming Decisions made at beginning or middle of supply chain affect outcomes at the end Greenhouse Gas Contributions to Poultry Supply Chain 7 Food security in the supply chain is about protecting resource investments and preventing waste Bringing Food Science into/


Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 1 Table 6.1 Size of microorganisms.

Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 7 Figure 6.2 Schematic diagram of an indirect impedance technique cell. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 8 Figure 6.3 Hydrodynamic focusing. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 9 Figure 6.4 Sandwich ELISA. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 10 Figure 6.5 Direct epifluorescence/


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. friction A. magnetism B. magnetism PeekPeek aceace 86 Science & Technology Question Which of the following has been the negative effect of technology? C. People enjoy music on the radio and CDs. D. People can easily communicate around the globe. A. Farmers are able to grow more food. B. Pollutants led to global warming. Peek Peek aceace 87 Science & Technology Question Clearing a forest to build a shopping/


A FOUR DECADE PERSPECTIVE ON FOOD SAFETY: WHAT HAVE I LEARNED? Brent Skura Faculty of Land and Food Systems The University of British Columbia.

by industry partner Oral presentations (group) and final report (individual) for industry partnerOral presentations (group) and final report (individual) for industry partner Students and faculty advisor sign confidentiality agreement with industry partnerStudents and faculty advisor sign confidentiality agreement with industry partner Evolution of Food Science Course content changes as technology and the industry changes Course content changes as technology and the industry changes There are many constants/


Affects Everyone Everyday of Their Lives Global population has tripled since 1950. Why is it important for farmers to grow more food while using less.

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Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 1 Table 5.1 Milestones in food biotechnology.

Figure 5.2 Classification of fermented fish products. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 12 Figure 5.3 The origin and interchange of Dujang (fermented soybean products) in East Asia (Lee, 1990). Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 13 Table 5.10 Some important food enzymes and their usage. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing/


Logylogyat Rayat Shikshan Sanstha,Karmaveer Vidyaprabodhini,Madhya vibhag,Satara. Std-9 th Sub-Science &Technology Logylogyat Logylogyat 8. HIGHWAY TO.

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Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Logylogyat Rayat Shikshan Sanstha,Karmaveer Vidyaprabodhini,Madhya vibhag,Satara. Std-9 th Sub-Science &Technology Topic-Bonding With Ecosystems Std-9.

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Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


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Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 1 Figure 4.1 The structures of dihydroxyacetone and D-glyceraldehyde.

near-mirror images; however, note that the two sugars have opposite configurations at asymmetric centre C2. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 3 Figure 4.3 The five- and six-member ring structures of furanoses and pyranoses, respectively, represented here by fructose and glucose. Food Science and Technology, edited by Geoffrey Campbell-Platt. © 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 4 Figure 4.4 Left shows the/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

(2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger World food prices rising dramatically World food prices rising dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically GM seed prices have increased dramatically US/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

world” UN International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science, and Technology for Development (2008): “GE crops are unlikely to achieve the goal of feeding a hungry world” GE Foods and World Hunger GE crops undermine food and nutritional security, food sovereignty and food democracy GE crops undermine food and nutritional security, food sovereignty and food democracy Increasing reliance on GE food Increasing reliance on GE food Consolidates corporate control of agriculture Consolidates corporate/


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The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy

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FP7 Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology Food Safety Research

space The structure of the Cooperation specific programme – nine themes Cooperation – Collaborative research Theme 2 Health Food, agriculture and biotechnology Information and communication technologies Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies Energy Environment (including climate change) Transport (including aeronautics) Socio-economic sciences and the humanities Security and space The structure of the Cooperation specific programme KBBE primarily in Theme 2, but note cross/


Doing Big Things With Little Money Corina ROMAN, PMP, Industry Program Manager Moldovan Research and Development Association 5 th Annual Knowledge Economy.

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© 2007 Institute of Food Technologists Food Science & Technology 101 Speaker Name Speaker Title Date (optional) Speaker Name Speaker Title Date (optional)

Title Date (optional) Speaker Name Speaker Title Date (optional) © 2007 Institute of Food Technologists 2 Agenda What is Food Science and Technology? Careers in Food Science Education Internships Questions © 2007 Institute of Food Technologists 3 Have you ever wondered? If low fat cookies taste the same as regular ones? Or how the flavor of a new food product is chosen? Or why packaged ready-to-eat cut fruit stays/


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures in the Science Curriculum Joe Sambono, Education Queensland.

player. 9A Year 9 Unit 8 Lesson 9 Heat and Eat Chemical reactions in everyday life — Exploring indigenous detoxification of food Science Understanding Chemical sciences Chemical reactions involve rearranging atoms to form new substances; during a chemical reaction mass is not created or destroyed Science as a Human Endeavour Use and influence of science Advances in science and emerging sciences and technologies can significantly affect people’s lives, including generating new career/


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Administrator/Test Coordinator Training

APA Guidelines in Binder A signed copy of the science participation guidelines checklist must be placed behind Divider 1 /and prey within a food web* Build a simple food web Label primary producers and consumers within a food web Identify predators and prey* Identify decomposers and producers Identify the type of food herbivores, carnivores, and/and Technology Steward to ensure all tasks are completed Utilizes DLM website, reviews materials, and disseminates information to staff Reviews DLM Handbook and/


Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Science and Technology Information Stephen Rudgard Chief WAICENT Capacity Building and Outreach.

from others use existing technologies Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Science and Technology Information  Rural communities and their representatives  Other scientists  Government policy-makers and their advisers Who are the stakeholders? Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Science and Technology Information Priority Areas Document management and e-publishing Rural information and communication systems Decision support tools Food and Agriculture Organization of/


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