Paola Russo

Sapienza University of Rome
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Title: Innovation trends in food drying and beverage dealcoholisation

Yalcin Kaya

Trakya University
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Title: Molecular Screening of Downy Mildew Resistant Genotypes in Sunflower

George Siragakis

Food Allergens Laboratory
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Title: Multi-analyte allergen analysis in food by LC-MS/MS

Henrik Haller

Mid Sweden University
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Title: Growing food in contaminated soils – risks and opportunities

Rangrong Yoksan

Kasetsart University
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Title: Thermoplastic starch-based films

Ming-Hwo Yao

Agricultural Research Institute
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Title: Assessing the Water–Energy–Food nexus of cherry tomato production under different cultivation systems

Manfred Zinn

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
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Title: Syngas as a substrate for the synthesis of the bioplastic poly(3-hyroxybutyrate) in Rhodospirillum rubrum

Vidhya Rangaswamy

Reliance Industries Limited
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Title: Lignocellulosic biomass to monomers of synthetic rubber

Ruta Navakauskiene

Vilnius University
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Title: Impact of Molecular Factors Associated with Epigenetic Regulation in Leukemia

Hyeun-Jong Bae

Chonnam National University
South Korea
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Title: Production of Valuable Biosugars from Ground Coffee

Deepak K.Tuli

DBT-IOC Bio-Energy Research Centre
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Title: Biomass Valorization options for India

Robooni Tumuhimbise

National Agricultural Research Organization
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Title: Breeding of East African Highland Bananas (Musa spp.) in Uganda: From Nearly Impossible to Routine Release of Varieties


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