IMDEA Food institute, with the International Union of Nutrition Sciences (IUNS) and within the framework of the #AnnualFoodAgenda EIT Food project is pleased to invite you to the webinar “Can we ensure healthy and sustainable nutrition?” aligned with the FAO’s 75th-anniversary activities. This webinar aims to offer potential answers to the future challenge of providing a healthy and… Read more »
Life has changed in the lapse of a few months and the COVID-19 pandemic is negatively affecting nutrition across the world. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) provides the latest newsletter highlighting nutrition activities in the first half of 2020 with a special focus on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for the newsletter including their other activities,… Read more »
The 6th edition of the International Conference on Foodomics will be held from 14 October 2020 to 16 October 2020 in Cesena (Italy). The deadline for abstract submission for oral presentations is 31st August 2020, whereas the deadline for abstracts submission for poster presentation is 1st September 2020. For more information, please go to http://foodomics.org/
The University of Munich (LMU) offers the open access (cost-free) e-learning platform Early Nutrition e-Academy (ENeA), which currently also offers freely available CME Certificates of Completion for all our modules. The ENeA modules provide European and German CME points (transferable into US CME points and those in many other countries). It offers comprehensive scientific evidence based knowledge… Read more »
FENS will establish three working groups to consider how to improve standards in the science of nutrition. This follows from initial discussions and a Workshop at FENS2019 in Dublin. Working Group 1 (“Concepts and methodologies”) will focus on what concepts in nutrition science need revision and how this can be achieved, and what will be… Read more »
Proper nutrition is fundamental to health. The world is facing a double burden of malnutrition – undernutrition and obesity coexist, contributing to non-communicable diseases. Using stable isotope techniques, nutrition and health professionals can develop and evaluate nutrition actions to combat all forms of malnutrition. Read the latest newsletter from the International Atomic Energy Agency.