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DREAM - Design and development of REAlistic food Models with well-characterised micro- and macro-structure and composition
 
 

 

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Date 3-September-2013
Event Title Demonstration training on food modelling tools for evaluation of the impact of microstructure on nutritional and sensory properties
Location Brussels, Belgium
 
Presentation Title Design and development of REAlistic food Models with well-characterised micro and macro-structure and composition
Author(s) Monique Axelos
Presentation Type Lecture
 
Presentation Title DREAM models - Design and development of REAlisticfood Models with well characterisedmicro-and macro-structure and composition
Author(s) András Sebők
Presentation Type Lecture
 
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Author(s) Hubert Chiro
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Author(s) Matthijs Dekker, Ruud Verkerk, Irmela Sarva
Presentation Type Lecture
 
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Author(s) Florence Postollecn, Desriac N, Huchet V, Sohier S
Presentation Type Lecture
 
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Author(s) David Page
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Author(s) Jean-René Kerjean
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Presentation Type Lecture
 

A half day the DREAM project demonstration training on food modelling tools for evaluation of the impact of microstructure on nutritional and sensory properties was carried out on 3rd September in Brussels, Belgium.
The training brought together food sector representatives and mediators from food industry from France, Italy, Spain and Slovakia.

 
 
 
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