On May 14, with key public and private organizations, we will come together to discuss actionable solutions in food safety, starting with the critical area of data and knowledge sharing on aflatoxins.
Prof. Chris Elliott presents the first insights from the Food Safety Coalition at the World Mycotoxin Forum 2022.
Meet Kiran Bhardwaj, Student Intern / Research Support at Queen’s University Belfast, as she discusses her role in the Food Safety Coalition and why researching Aflatoxins is important to help provide safe food for all.
Meet Rossa Donnelly, MSc in Advanced Food Safety at Queen’s University, Belfast as she tells us about her work as part of the Food Safety Coalition.
Without food safety, there is no food security. Yet, ensuring safe food is harder and more complex than ever before. That’s why we work hard with partners to drive awareness, exchange knowledge and insights, and foster collaboration across the global food supply chain.
In a Q&A with Food Safety Tech, Guangtao Zhang discusses key concerns related to undeclared allergens in food as well as the research that Mars is conducting to improve allergen management.
This Scorecard shares more about the GFSC mission, purpose and progress to date.
This UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science we continue to campaign for full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls across the globe. Even though women have made tremendous progress, they are still under-represented in fields such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. (STEM)
At Mars, we believe in elevating women’s voices and listening to their experiences and perspectives. Today we’re talking to our all-female Mycotoxin team about what it means to them to be women in STEM.
Meet Erika Estrada, a PhD student at the University of California Davis. In this interview she tells us about the pivotal role mentorship has played in her career so far, including events such as the IAFP PDG Student Luncheon.