Ensuring a sustainable food supply is a major challenge. Food production methods and eating habits must change to minimise the impact on the environment and support the world’s capacity to produce food in the future.
Many people today are far removed from the sources of food they eat on a daily basis. Technological progress in food manufacturing and recent discoveries in nutritional science have resulted in increasingly high food quality standards and enormous food variety.
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Healthy living is having the opportunity, capability and motivation to act in a way...
A balanced diet should include a wide variety of nutrients and other food...
When humans first became settled agriculturists and started to grow food...
Foodborne illnesses are a burden on public health and contribute significantly...
Keeping our food fresh for longer helps us to avoid getting sick, benefits the environment, and saves us money. But how should we do it?
A proactive approach to communicating about food is key to reassuring the public about the safety of the food supply.
This conference will look at how social media can influence public perception, how the post-fact era has influenced science journalism and science, and how different stakeholders could play a part in creating a new ‘fact era’. Join us!
What is the difference between correlation and causation. Our infographic will help you understand.
An infographic to help you to understand the difference between the absolute and the relative risk.
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