Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology next Thursday, 24 January 2013 at 11:00 a.m. GMT. From their description:

This free webinar aims to move the debate about food science and technology onto a more secure scientific footing.

It seeks to identify problems and opportunities in the perception and reporting of controversial topics − such as GM, nanotechnology and irradiation – and suggest ways in which science can hold more sway – within a context of consumer acceptability.

Aimed at anyone who welcomes a debate based on the science rather than mere prejudice, the webinar will be particularly useful to food sector communicators, food science and technology policy makers, and government science policy makers.

View the announcement and registration page here: Food fact and fiction, separating science from myth

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