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September 1st, 2005

Danish food researchers list priorities for FP7

Abstract:
Danish food researchers believe that they are well placed to participate in international projects following a foresight exercise on nanoscience in Denmark. The exercise not only led to recommendations on significant funding increases, but prioritised seven areas for research. LMC believes four of these to be relevant to food science: biocompatible materials; nanosensors and nanofluidics; plastic electronics; and nanomaterials with new functional properties. The three other areas shortlisted for national research funding are: nanomedicine and drug delivery; nanooptics and nanophotonics; and nanocatalysis and hydrogen technology.

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