Innovation in curved belts

Curved belts are a special point of interest in the internal transport in the food industry.

Innovation driven by new products and processes

Pasteurisation processes, antimicrobial agents and specialty fats are dominating innovations in food R&D

Open source innovation increasingly being used in drug discovery

New discoveries have led to the need for new ways to tap the vast amounts of information, so as to optimise its potential use

Immunotherapy innovation spurs 'remarkably aggressive immune response'

TapImmune Inc has engineered a remarkable, yet elegantly simple, way for the body to recognise tumour and infectious disease cells

Innovation in traditional foodstuffs harms image

Researchers have analysed the definitions of 'traditional food' and 'innovation' in order to predict the degree to which people will accept changes in the foods they eat.

Feel the touch of innovation at FIE

At the upcoming FIE, Danish manufacturer of emulsifier and stabilizer based systems, Palsgaard, will present new innovations within all of its application areas: bakery, confectionery, dairy, ice cream, lipid and fine foods.

Innovation in crop forecasting technology

NASA researchers are cultivating the most accurate estimates of soil moisture and improving global forecasts of how well food will grow at a time when the world is confronting shortages.

Stem cell innovation at risk

Despite great hopes for stem cell therapy, major structural and cultural changes within the NHS are needed if it is to succeed in the UK.

Micro-Nanotech partnership to boost UK innovation

UK leaders in micro and nano-technology will provide businesses with unrivalled access to expertise and facilities through a new business alliance.

Reverse Innovation: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere

Tuck School of Business professor explains how the developing world is key to breakthrough inventions





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