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May 16th, 2006

AFMNet and industry partners invest $15 million

Abstract:
At its Second Annual Scientific Conference held in Calgary this month, the Advanced Foods and Materials Network (AFMNet) announced the funding of 20 innovative food and bio-materials related research projects. (Including:) University of Guelph - Foods: Structure, Growth and Nanotechnology Applications; and Protein and Peptide Self-Assembly: Food-Derived Materials and Interactions with Nanostructured Surfaces.

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