Workshop on Novel Sampling and Sensing for Improving Food Safety

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Sponsored by: Georgia Institute of Technology University of Georgia Agricultural Technology Research Program - Georgia Tech Research Institute Center for Food Safety - College of Agricultural Sciences, University of Georgia

Goals for this workshop

  • Stimulate innovative approaches for improving food safety through advanced sensing and novel sampling methods.
  • Highlight cutting-edge research in micro/nanotechnologies being applied to food safety sensing.
  • Explore technological research strategies, opportunities, approaches and solutions.
  • Provide a forum for scientists and engineers to discuss synergies in current research.
  • Enable the cross-pollination of ideas and stimulate the development of collaborative multidisciplinary teams.
  • Facilitate a dialog between industry, regulatory agencies and the scientific community.
  • Advance the field of micro/nanotechnology-based sensing for improved food safety.

Who should attend

  • Food Safety Microbiologists
  • Biochemists
  • Immunologists
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Nanotechnology Specialists
  • Biotechnology Reearchers
  • Material Scientists
  • Biosensor Experts
  • Agency Researchers
  • Sensor R&D and Manufacturers
  • Food Industry Experts
  • Graduate Students


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    Colly Mitchell
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