CU - Cardiff University (United Kingdom)

The Cardiff School of Biosciences - www.cf.ac.uk/biosi - is one of the largest biological science departments in the UK including over 350 researchers (including two Nobel Laureates) engaged in a wide range of cutting-edge research (http://www.cf.ac.uk/biosi/research/index.html). The School attracts tens of millions of pounds in research funding annually and has a consistently high level of publications in the top international journals including Science, Nature. The School is currently undergoing a multi-million pound refurbishment programme in order to further expand and enhance the state-of-the-art facilities. Staff are heavily involved in both National and International level collaborations including numerous EU awards.

Updates

Project Update - Event

Dissemination at 6th European Workshop on Leaf Senescence

Results of the WP2 related to the evaluation of VOC collection for non-destructive analysis of post-harvest…  more »

Project Update - Event

The Rank Prize Funds Mini-Symposium on Fruit and Health in the 21st Century

On the 25th of October Dr Natasha D Spadafora has presented results of the evaluation of VOC collection for non-destructive…  more »

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Workshop on VOC/SVOC analysis Food and consumer products

On the 26th of February, 2013 Markes international has hosted a Workshop on VOC analysis on food and consumer products. Dr…  more »

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Dissemination of QuaFety results at CAMA 2013

Dr Hilary J Rogers has presented results related to "VOC Analysis of Cut Size in Melon During Post-Harvest…  more »

Project Update - Event

Presentation at "Effects of Pre-and Post-harvest Factors on Health Promoting Components and Quality of Horticultural Commodities" conference

On the 24th of March 2014 Dr Natasha D Spadafora from Cardiff University, UK has presented results on the…  more »

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How to use volatiles to assess quality and shelf-life of fresh-cut produce

During a meeting on 25 July 2014, two scientists involved in the EU QUAFETY project from Cardiff University…  more »