13th INFOGEST Webinar on Food Digestion
The INFOGEST webinar series will resume in February 2021. Check back or follow INFOGEST for further updates.
Science Week 2021
The theme of Science Week 2021 was Creating our Future. As part of the Teagasc Festival of Farming and Food, researchers from the Moorepark and Ashtown Food Research Centres held an online event "Sustainable, Nutritious and Delicious- What's New in Fruit and Veg".
Infogest Webinar Series on Food Digestion
INFOGEST is an international network with the aim of Sharing Information on the Digestion of Food. The aim of the network is to improve the current scientific knowledge on how food is disintegrated during oral, gastric and intestinal digestion. The INFOGEST webinar series is held on the first Wednesday of the month in the run-up to the next International Conference on Food Digestion 3-5 May 2022 in Cork, Ireland.
View this webinar series here: Infogest Webinar Series
The Teagasc Research Insights webinar series is focused on addressing the challenges and opportunities in the agri-food sector and showcasing the latest thinking and Teagasc’s research in these areas. Our one-hour webinars with Teagasc Researchers are aimed at anyone interested in our research, including professionals in the agriculture and food industry, other researchers, media, farmers, policy makers, EU and other international researchers and professionals.
Previous Research Insights webinars from the Food Research Programme:
- 21st October 2021: Macro to Micro: Food Structure, Digestion and the Microbiome
- 4th November 2021: (Bio)Activity: Food Ingredients and Our Health and Fitness
- 17th February 2021: Viruses: The Fightback and the Future
Food Industry Development Webinars
The Food Industry Development Department supports the Irish agri-food industry through the provision of advice, consultancy and specialist technical services. This webinar series is hosted by Carol Griffin, Research Officer in Sensory Science & New Product Development, and showcases the latest in industry support services from the Teagasc Food Research Programme.
View previous webinars from this series here
Irish Coronavirus Sequencing Consortium
The Irish Coronavirus Sequencing Consortium is funded by Science Foundation Ireland and led by Professor Paul Cotter from Teagasc Moorepark. The aim of the project is to sequence or “read” the genetic information of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This will allow us to track the spread of the virus and any changes in its genetic sequence which may affect the disease or treatment.
On 7th October 2020, the Consortium held a public webinar to give an overview of the project aims and methods. Watch the webinar here
Science Week 2020: The Festival of Farming and Food
Teagasc held a number of exciting events for Science Week, 9-15th November 2020. The overall theme of Science Week was "Choosing Our Future", focusing on how science can improve our lives in the present and the future.The Food Research Programme were involved in two events: Back to the Future from Moorepark and A Taste of the Future from Ashtown.
For the full line up of Science Week events from Teagasc, click here.