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Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health to showcase research at Food Matters Live

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The new Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health (IFNH) will be showcasing the University’s world-class research at the Food Matters Live exhibition at Excel, London 21-23 November.

The IFNH brings together our world-leading expertise in food, nutrition, health, agriculture and the environment to understand how improvements in food production, processing and nutrition can help deliver better diets and health.

The IFNH officially launched on the 23 October and is a valuable addition to a family of interdisciplinary institutes that draw on research across the University and facilitate new cross-disciplinary research to enhance well-being, society and the economy.

The Institute aims to harness the University’s extensive expertise and support effective and long-lasting collaborations with external partner organisations. The Food Matters Live exhibition will give hundreds of food sector companies and organisations the chance to learn about the breadth of expertise and the world-leading facilities available at the University and explore the opportunities for impactful collaboration.

The IFNH is also the focal point for the University’s engagement in EIT Food, a Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) supported by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT will also be exhibiting at Food Matters Live.

Food companies will have the opportunity to hear from some of the University of Reading’s leading experts who are participating in the seminar series:

Academics speaking at Food Matters Live will be:

For researchers thinking of attending Food Matters Live (which is free), please visit the IFNH exhibition stand, number 710, where we will be showcasing our work and aiming to create connections with potential partner organisations.

To find out more about the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health please visit the website.

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