The Advances in Stable Isotope Techniques and Applications (ASITA) conference will take place in sunny Davis, California from June 15 to 18, 2014. The meeting focuses on methodology advancements, technical challenges, and novel applications of isotope analyses. This workshop has a reputation of being a lighthearted forum for discussing and solving technical challenges. Please visit the ASITA website at http://stableisotopefacility.ucdavis.edu/ASITAhome.html.
THE ANNUAL PLANT SALE IS ONLY DAYS AWAY...
Bring your loonies and toonies & come see us in front of Crop Science this Thursday, May 15th for a great selection of plants! Starting @ 8am sharp.
Just in time for planting for the May long weekend.
Co-hosted by CBaSE and the Department of Food Science, the 2014 Guelph Student Innovation Showcase is a way to exhibit the skills and talents of University of Guelph students. The event will feature new products and services that will benefit the food industry from producers to suppliers, processors and distributors. It is a great chance also for the food Industry to explore opportunities for partnerships with University of Guelph, meet potential employees and learn more about our co-op programs, internships, and research grants.
Event details are as follows:
Please join us on May 2, 2014 for the 9th Annual Guelph Biomathematics and Biostatistics Symposium:
Topic: The Mathematics and Statistics of Food Safety
Location: Arboretum Centre Auditorium, Arboretum, University of Guelph
Julie Horrocks, University of Guelph (Co-Chair, Statistics)Allan Willms, University of Guelph(Co-Chair, Mathematics)
Fees: $40, Students $25 Includes lunch and coffee breaks
For more information and to register, go to
Please see the attached posters for information on Exploration Targeting & Risk-Based Quality Control Workshop.
Please note - all KTT Funding applications must have a complete OR5 uploaded and attached to the application in the RMS system.
The Plant Ag Seminar Committee is pleased to invite you to the following seminar in our Winter'14 seminar series:
TITLE: King Georges, Vampires and Herbicides SPEAKER: Dr. Franck Dayan, Research, Plant Physiologist
USDA-ARS Natural Products Utilization Research Unit, Thad Cochran Research Center
SEDRD is hosting a very exciting speaker presentation on April 10th. Paul Wel is a former CDE student.
He'll be talking about his experience with agroforestry systems for food security and peace building in South Sudan. 11-12pm in LA. PLEASE SEE PDF ATTACHED.
The Department of Food Science, Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph is seeking applicants for a tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor, in food processing. Teaching is an important component of the position. The incumbent will be expected to teach Food Processing and Food Engineering courses annually to undergraduate students in the B.Sc. Food Science major, and will also be expected to teach more specialized graduate courses, but less frequently. The development of a high calibre research program is also expected .