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Among the main aims of the above program, we have to mention the deepening of the acquired knowledge within the B.Sci. studies in Food Chemistry and Biochemical Technologies; in this respect, we concentrate on the quality control of food using a large variety of physical methods such as GLC, LC, FT-IR, UV-Vis, atomic fluorescence, H1-NMR, C13-NMR, atomic emission and absorption spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy an so on.
A flexible Masters degree designed to develop a rigorous understanding of transformational responses to the pervasive effects that economic structures and environmental change are having on a diet, health, sustainability and community empowerment.
This course combines the principles of sustainable development with an examination of the various systems of food production in the context of providing a secure supply to meet the ever-changing requirements of a growing world population. It provides an opportunity for graduates or professionals in other disciplines to direct their careers towards agriculture and food supply.
This MSc embraces the implications of food safety and quality management against the backdrop of an increasingly globalised
Candidates for registration in this MSc. course must first hold at least Bachelor of Science degree in any of the following subjects.
By offering opportunities to carry out study periods and work experience abroad, thus contributing to a comprehensive approach to the marketing process 'from production to marketing', the
The MSc programme in Food Innovation has been designed to provide students with knowledge and understanding of key steps in the development and launch of new ingredients and products to contribute to healthy living and lifestyles.
This programme, provided by the Natural Resources Institute of the University of Greenwich, has been designed to provide graduates with an insight into measures that are required to provide a supply of safe and wholesome food to consumers globally.
This Masters in Aquatic Food Security brings a unique perspective to the expertise that already exists in Stirling on global seafood production. It's the only Master's course in the UK that focuses on how seafood can contribute to global food security.
This online programme aims to develop food manufacturing industry staff, particularly those working in technical quality assurance and NPD, with specific reference and application to their own practice.
The programme is designed to meet the needs of professionals and practitioners in a range of sectors.
Accredited by the Institute of Food Science and Technology. This postgraduate course is for those working, or intending, to work in the food industry and who wish to specialise in the area of food safety and control.
Food security is concerned with the availability, access, and utilization of safe, nutritious and sustainable food to all, especially vulnerable groups within society.
This is an online learning programme aimed at students with relevant agricultural and food-related background keen to acquire in-depth knowledge of food safety. The MSc is specifically designed to provide a truly holistic food safety approach to the food chain that incorporates to the pre and post-harvest stages of food production, crop safety, animal welfare and economics of the supply chain. This programme would be suitable for those with an undergraduate degree in agricultural sciences, biological science, food systems, veterinary medicine and human medicine, as well as professionals from agriculture, rural industries, the food industry, government officials, international organizations, researchers in food safety and the third sector.
With more than 170 billion euros in annual turnover, the agri-food sector is a major player in France, Europe and worldwide. Normandy, a historically agricultural and agri-food region, remains today one of the most important in France in this sector.