2015 Archive

9 October 2015

PhD studentships at IFR

Doctoral Training Partnership PhD Studentships are currently available at the Institute of Food Research, to start in October 2016.

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30 September 2015

Yeast treasure-trove goes live

A new project is sequencing the genomes of a collection of yeast strains, to help unlock the great biodiversity within yeasts to produce biofuels and other chemicals more sustainably.

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22 September 2015

New EU project to reduce food waste begins

IFR is a key partner in the new EU funded multinational research project that will help reduce food waste by 30% by 2025

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5 August 2015

IFR Success at the UK National Institutes of Bioscience 2015 conference

Aline Metris and colleagues at the Institute of Food Research and The Genome Analysis Centre recently won second prize in the NIB Conference poster session.

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24 July 2015

Planning permission granted for new centre for food and health

Planning permission has been granted by South Norfolk Council for a new food and health research building on the Norwich Research Park. 

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17 July 2015

SACN report advises we reduce sugar and increase fibre

The findings of the SACN report of the science linking carbohydrates and health suggest that must reduce sugar and increase fibre in the diet to improve the population's health.

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8 July 2015

‘Selfish’ bacteria link IBD and gut microbiota changes

The discovery of unusual foraging activity in bacteria species populating our gut may explain how conditions like Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) link to changes in the populations of gut bacteria

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2 July 2015

The heat is on for the Chilli ME Challenge

Can you take the heat of the Chilli M.E. Challenge?

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23 June 2015

Reducing the risk of foodborne disease in Tanzania’s meat

IFR is a partner in a project that is helping reduce the risk of foodborne disease in Tanzania’s meat supply chain.

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2 June 2015

How Salmonella synchronises its invasion plan

A new study has found a mechanism by which Salmonella organise the expression of genes required for infection

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