5th Edition of Euro Global Conference on
On September 19-21, 2019, Magnus Group successfully organized the “2nd Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Food Science, Agronomy and Technology” at London, UK and it brought together agriculture researchers to explore the need for the food science and agriculture sector to better disseminate research results to producers, farmers, industry, academia, consumers, and researchers.
The congress moved forward with the theme “Optimizing new paths in food science and technology towards the global demand.”
This global congress was a one-of-a-kind event with a key focus on addressing strategies to improve food science, agronomy and technology that will help and support rural development. The conference's main goals were to share experiences, inspire people, establish connections, and take action to bridge the gap between industry and academia. During the conference, a number of overarching themes and major areas of latest challenges emerged, which were addressed by top agricultural researchers, scientists, food technologists, agronomists, nutritionists, botanists and experts from across the sector establishing clear pathways for the future of food science and agronomy research in the world. We'd like to thank all of the speakers, delegates, and participants for their valuable contributions and time to the three-day global summit on Food Science, Agronomy and Technology. We owe a special debt of gratitude to our keynote speakers and organizing committee members.
Title : Nitrogen fertility in potato for optimum production and environmental stewardship
Brian Marsh, University of California, United States
Title : Feeding study for the mycotoxin zearalenone in yellow mealworm Tenebrio molitor larvae investigation of biological impact and metabolic conversion
Nina Kroncke, University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven, Germany
Title : Milk bioactive proteins and their physiological functions
Peng Sun, Institute of Animal Science, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Title : Soil Sampling for food Security
Claudia Quilesfogel Esparza, Motzz Laboratory, United States
Title : A phage filter for the identification and quantification of pathogens in large volumes of liquids
Bryan A Chin, Auburn University, United States
Title : Sensory characteristics of three different open pollinated beetroot cultivars Beta vulgaris L ssp vulgaris conditiva compared to two F1 hybrids
Khadijeh Yasaminshirazi, University of Hohenheim, Germany