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A new French/New Zealand research alliance of importance to the meat industry has been announced between INRA (France) and the Riddet Institute.
Funding bid successful 11 September 2013
The Riddet Institute has secured $200,000 in funding from MBIE over two years to develop probiotic foods for India.
FoodHQ was officially launched yesterday at Massey University’s ManawatÅ« campus by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce, who was joined by Food Safety Minister Nikki Kaye.
The Riddet Institute's annual report is now available. It can be viewed online or a printed copy can be forwarded on request - email info@riddet.ac.nz
Two types of iron-protein ingredients (under the Ferri Pro™ name) have been developed by the Riddet Institute.
The two public lectures delivered in Wellington and Auckland last week are now available for viewing.
Riddet Institute co-director, Professor Paul Moughan, gave an address in Melbourne last week on the competitive advantages of the Australian dairy industry.
Riddet Institute co-director Professor Harjinder Singh has been awarded the title of Distinguished Professor by Massey University.
Dr Carlos Montoya, a postdoctoral Fellow at the Riddet Institute, was invited by the American Society of Nutrition (ASN) to submit a video to further describe his paper "A magnetic resonance sp
Dr Abby Thompson has returned to the Riddet Institute after more than five years in Europe.
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