15 June 2018
University of Sydney
Australia/Sydney timezone


Nuclear Science and Technologies for Health 2018 in partnership with the Centre for Advanced Food and Enginomics.

This one day symposium brings together a broad range of experts from different disciplines to explore innovative ways to tailor and manipulate food production, structure and function in order to either increase physiological development and resilience or to accelerate recovery.

World-leading experts in the field will present the current challenges in the field, new research directions and how landmark and new technologies can help in delivering these goals.

Who should attend?

- Clinicians

- Industry and government representatives

- Academic researchers and students.

- Those interested in how food engineering and characterisation can maintain and improve health.

The Program:
The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion; participants will gain from the day:

  • Understanding how food science and engineering can be used to create healthly outcomes
  • Ideas on how translates to clinical practice
  • Initiating new collaborations to create new products for sustainable health

Hosted by the Australian Nuclear Science and technology Organisation (ANSTO) and the University of Sydney


***Please register early as there are limited seats available***

University of Sydney
The Centre for Advanced Food Enginomics Winter Garden, Building J12, Level 1 1 Cleveland Street, Darlington NSW 2008
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