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Food Institute of KTU (Lithuania)

The Food Institute of Kaunas University of Technology (KTU FI) is a research institution established in 1958 to conduct internationally recognized food science and technology research as well as to serve the food industry.

KTU FI consists of sensory, microbiology, chemistry and technology laboratories, and Food Research Center (LST EN ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, scope: physical chemical and microbiological research of food products).

The research at Food Institute ranges from food microbiology including genomics, food chemistry, food analysis to technological functionality and wholesomeness, sustainable food processing technology, exploratory data analysis to sensory quality and consumer perception.

The main research infrastructure covers Liquid / gas chromatography, PCR amplification and DNA pyrosequencing analytic equipment.

Food Institute of Kaunas University of Technology has been a SAFE member since January 2018.

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IAR-PAS (Poland)

panIAR-PAS is the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and is located in Olsztyn. The institute has been functioning for 20 years, always holding a leading position amongst Polish research centres. The institute is known for its collaborations throughout Europe and internationally.

IAR-PAS has been a member of the SAFE consortium since January 2010.

 

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IBA (Romania)

IBA is a non-academic public-owned self-financing research organisation conducting food and nutritional research, product and technology development, lifelong learning programmes, and small-scale production of special foods. As one of the most prominent RTD entities within the country, IBA plays an important role in developing national food policies by providing expert advice to authorities.

IBA has been a member of the SAFE consortium since January 2010.

 

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Institute of Life Technologies of Hes-so Valais-Wallis (Switzerland)

The Institute of Life Technologies is part of the School of Engineering of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland Valais (HES-SO Valais-Wallis).

Our activities include applied research and development (aR&D), services and continuing education courses. Our partners are SMEs and multinationals from the pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostics, food, cosmetic and chemical industry sectors.

Our team of approx. 70 professors, scientific and technical staff members carry out a large number of research projects every year. They also provide a wide range of accredited services (ISO17025) and consultancy that fulfil the highest quality requirements.

Our research areas:

  • Diagnostic Systems
  • Food and Natural Products
  • Biotechnology and Sustainable Chemistry
  • Peptide and Protein Technologies

The Institute of Life Technologies of the School of Engineering of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland Valais Wallis has been a member of SAFE consortium since January 2018.

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Institute of Marine Research (Norway)

The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) is the biggest research institute of its kind in Europe, with over 1,000 employees. Our main activities are research, advisory work and monitoring. In January 2018, the IMR was merged with NIFES – The National Institute of Nutrition and Seafood Research. The activity linked to research on fish nutrition and the effects of fish and seafood consumption on our health are continued in the new institute.

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MATIS (Iceland)

matisMatis Ltd. is a dynamic R&D company active in food safety, food processing and product development, biotechnology and novel products. Matis is located in 10 cities or towns around Iceland and has approximately110 employees; about 29 have a Ph.D. degree. Matis has strong connections to the universities in Iceland and about 8 PhD students and many M.Sc students are doing their research at Matis in cooperation with the industry in Iceland and abroad. The company is government-owned and was established January 1, 2007 following the merger of three former public food research institutes.

Matis has been a member of the SAFE consortium since 2008.

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Interesting Notes

Do you work for a SAFE consortium member institute?

 

Register as an Individual Member of the SAFE consortium and access Member's Only pages including downloads of documents and presentations, plus receive SAFE announcements directly by email !

 

Registration is simple. Send an email to the SAFE Scientific Secretary, Katherine Flynn, from your institution email address and include your three Food Safety interests.