MASSTWIN project is completed and we are proud of it. We thanlk all project partners and collaborators for three exciting years! Please join us at the common final event of the MASSTWIN and ISO-FOOD ERA Chair projects, the ISO-FOOD Symposium in April 2019 in Piran!
News and events
The first ISO-FOOD International Symposium on Isotopic and Other Techniques in Food Safety and Quality will take place on April 1-3 in Piran, Slovenia. Please save the dates! The registration will open on December 1st. For more information and registration click here.
On 25th and 26th October, the first meeting of the REALMed project ("Pursuing authenticity and valorization of Mediterranean traditional products") took place. It wass divided into two parts; on the first day, the combined MASSTWIN-REALmed stakeholder event took place, while on the second day, the REALMed partners only met.
Exploratory Workshop on the use of stable isotopes techniques for assessing biogeochemical cycling of contaminants and nutrients will be organised jointly by the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research Halle (UFZ) and IPREM/CNRS/Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (France). More...
A stakeholder workshop on food authenticity and traceability will be held at the Department of Environmental Sciences at the Reactor centre on 7 September, starting at 9 AM.
Exploratory workshop "Mass spectrometry in support of the environment and health interaction and disease" will take place in Elzenveld Hotel in Antwerp. Click the title to go to presentations....
5th MS Food DAY and MASSTWIN Exploratory Workshop on the use of MS techniques to trace the food origin and quality of food, Bologna, Italy, October 11-13, 2017
MASSTWIN supported the organization of this year's MS Food DAY, organized by the Mass Spectrometry section of the Italian Chemical Society. Anja Mahne Opatić, the ISO-FOOD fellow, received the Best Poster Award among 73 poster presentations, with her contribution "A preliminary traceability model for tomato using analysis of stable isotopes, elemental content and chemical markers". Click the title for more details.
The ERA Chair Iso-Food Summer School addressed the speciation of trace and toxic elements in food by providing participants with an in-depth knowledge of trace element speciation using examples of essential and non-essential elements including Cr, Zn, Ni, Hg and As to teach demonstrate the state-of-the art analytical approaches.
Workshop on "Molecular tools for food traceability, quality and safety" discusses the possiblities for collaboration in food authenticity and traceability, alternative food, food reuse and application of nanotechnologies in food science.