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The Latin American Pesticide Residue Workshop
Horacio Heinzen | added on Apr 02, 2011 | Uruguay
The Latin American Pesticide Residue Workshop (LAPRW) is a biannual open forum for discussion on current concepts and future developments in the field of pesticide residues in food and the environment
Chemistry of Wine
Elmer Ledesma | added on Apr 01, 2011 | United States
The talk will include an overview of wine and wine making and more detailed descriptions of the chemical composition of grapes and wine, laboratory methods for analysis of grapes and wines, sensory and organoleptic methods used for wine, the role of tannin and other phenolic compounds in wine, and some potential health aspects
Translating Food Chemistry to Health Benefits
Kamila Klimaszewska | added on Mar 31, 2011 | Poland
Euro Food Chem XVI -- 6-8 July 2011, Gdańsk, Poland -- will try to demonstrate how food chemistry combined with modern biotech methods can improve our understanding of food in relation to health. There are also planned special lectures – tribute to Year of Chemistry.
Workshop: Chemistry and patents - success for innovation
Natasa Doslik | added on Mar 29, 2011 | Germany
The workshop on 29.04.2011 will cover topics including commercialisation of research, patenting, importance of searching prior art, and exploiting intellectual property, with particular reference to the field of chemistry.