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27/06/2019: Comunicaciones de las VII Jornadas Genvce en Álava

RSS GENVCE - Thu, 06/27/2019 - 13:46
Disponibles las presentaciones de las ponencias técnicas de las VII Jornadas GENVCE celebradas en Álava. Encuéntralas en este enlace. Nuestro compañero Alberto Lafarga (INTIA) realizó una presentación en que se recogen los retos de futuro de la colaboración público-privada en GENVCE.
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7/06/2019: Presentación de las VII Jornadas GENVCE celebradas en Álava por parte de su presidente D. José Antonio Sobrino Mate

RSS GENVCE - Fri, 06/07/2019 - 12:26
Gran asistencia de agricultores, técnicos y profesionales del sector de cultivos extensivos en las VII Jornadas Nacionales de Innovación y Transferencia de Cultivos Extensivos de Invierno de GENVCE celebradas en Álava los días 28 y 29 de mayo. Las jornadas han sido organizadas por el Instituto Vasco de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario, NEIKER-Tecnalia y GENVCE y han ofrecido al visitante las últimas novedades y tendencias en este sector. En este video puedes seguir la presentación de las Jornadas realizada por D. José Antonio Sobrino Mate presidente de GENVCE y Subdirector General de Medios de Producción Agrícolas y Oficina Española de Variedades Vegetales (MAPA), durante la jornada inaugural en Vitoria.
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11/04/2019: Fichas de variedades de cebada y trigo blando 2018

RSS GENVCE - Thu, 04/11/2019 - 12:40
Publicadas en la sección de fichas las correspondientes a las nuevas variedades de cebada y trigo blando de segundo año de ensayo en 2018 en la red GENVCE.
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8/03/2019: Fichas de variedades de cebada 2018

RSS GENVCE - Fri, 03/08/2019 - 17:31
Publicadas en la sección de fichas las correspondientes a las nuevas variedades de cebada de segundo año de ensayo en 2018 en la red GENVCE
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21/01/2019: Se reduce la resiliencia del trigo al clima en Europa

RSS GENVCE - Mon, 01/21/2019 - 18:25
Un estudio científico (Kahiluoto y col.) recién publicado en la prestigiosa revista Proceedings of the National Aademy of Science of the United States of America (PNAS) pone el foco en abordar estrategias orientadas a mejorar la resiliencia del cultivo de trigo en Europa ante el impacto del cambio climático. El estudio ha empleado más de cien mil observaciones de rendimiento en trigo en los últimos 5- 15 años, incluyendo observaciones de la red de ensayos de GENVCE. El estudio ha revelado una relativa similitud de la respuesta productiva de los cultivares de trigo a los eventos climáticos, dentro del norte y centro de Europa y dentro del sur de Europa.
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20/11/2018: Presentación en las 30 jornadas técnicas de la AETC de los resultados de trigo blando y duro en la campaña 2017-2018 obtenidos en GENVCE

RSS GENVCE - Tue, 11/20/2018 - 12:21
Las 30 Jornadas Técnicas organizadas por la Asociación Española de Técnicos Cerealistas (AETC) se celebraron los días 24 y 25 de octubre en Jerez de la Frontera. Nuestro compañero Miguel Gutiérrez del Centro de Transferencia Agroalimentaria del Gobierno de Aragón presentó los resultados de los ensayos de la red GENVCE en trigo blando (ciclo corto y ciclo largo) y trigo duro en la campaña 2017-2018. En la comunicación se presentaron las variedades que han destacado durante la última campaña y en el conjunto de los dos últimos años por su rendimiento productivo y/o atributos de calidad. Además de una introducción sobre la evolución cerealista en los últimos se revisaron algunos aspectos metodológicos de los ensayos GENVCE.
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6/11/2018: VII jornadas nacionales de innovación y transferencia de cultivos extensivos de invierno 2019

RSS GENVCE - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 13:46
Álava acogerá los días 28 y 29 de mayo de 2019 las VII jornadas de GENVCE, un escaparate sobre la innovación y las últimas tecnologías aplicadas al cultivo del cereal.
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6/11/2018: Publicados los resultados productivos en tres campañas de nuevas variedades de colza en la revista VIDA RURAL

RSS GENVCE - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 10:45
En el artículo, publicado en el número de septiembre de VIDA RURAL, se presentan los resultados de los ensayos de colza en las campañas de 2015-16, 2016-17 y 2017-18 en el marco del Grupo de Nuevas Variedades de Cultivos Extensivos en España (GENVCE).
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TW18 - Grains for Wellbeing - abstract submission and registration open

RSS ICC - Wed, 04/04/2018 - 08:36

We are pleased to announce that the registration and abstract submission is open for 

ICC International Conference - Grains for Wellbeing,
5-8 Nov 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
 

Grain is important in our diet, not only for providing energy and the feeling of joy from grain foods and desserts, but also for improving health. Being staple food, refined grains such as rice and wheat have been highly industrialized; their quality and safety remain extremely important. With health benefits, the precious functional components from grain such as beta-glucan, dietary fiber, antioxidants, etc., have enabled the introduction of innovative grain products.

This event will offer the opportunity to reach out to the Asian region by showcasing your company through attractive sponsorhip packages or by submitting your work for oral or poster presentation. Find all information under www.grainsforwellbeing.org

We welcome you to share with us your research and outcome of work in this platform for a wonderful future of grain industry and human life and look forward to welcoming you in Taipei!

Radomir Lásztity

RSS ICC - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 07:53

Family and colleagues at the Department of Applied Biotechnology and Food Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics announced that Radomir Lásztity left peacefully on 5 February 2018, in the 89th year of his life.

In his very active professional carrier, Professor Lásztity worked at the Department of Biochemistry and Food Technology (later Department of Applied Biotechnology and Food Science) Faculty of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He was the vice dean of the Faculty, later the vice rector of the University. Between 1972 and 1993 he was the head of the Department. His decades of teaching activity helped the generations of chemical and bioengineers. As Vice-Dean and Vice-Rector, he was one of the main organizers of the modernization of education, such as introducing the computer, biotechnology and environmental sciences into the higher education. As professor emeritus he helped and supported his colleagues and students almost till the end of his life.

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LACC4 and IGW - thank you to all participants and sponsors!

RSS ICC - Tue, 03/20/2018 - 11:14

 

Thanks to over 220 participants, sponsors and exhibitors for making the #LACC2018 the great and multidisciplinary event it was! Read the summary "Global grain research and food industry experts meet to address rising malnutrition" at http://www.cimmyt.org/global-grain-research-and-food-industry-experts-meet-to-address-rising-malnutrition/ 

See you at the next ICC events! 


Sincerely, 

Hamit Koksel (Chair of LACC4 |ICC President)
Michaela Pichler (ICC Secretary General | CEO)
Jennifer Nelson (Global Wheat Program Manager | CIMMYT)
Carlos Guzman (Chair of IGW | CIMMYT)

On behalf of the Conference Committees

http://cereals2018.cimmyt.org/

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Season's Greetings from the ICC President - Hamit Köksel

RSS ICC - Thu, 12/21/2017 - 09:43

Dear friends and colleagues,

Serving ICC as the President in 2017 has been an exciting and rewarding experience for my professional life. Over the last year, ICC has continued stable growth with the support of its members. I take this opportunity to thank all of our members, who have offered their hard work to serve ICC. Special thanks should go to the fantastic ICC team at the Headquarters. I would also like to congratulate Dr Charles Brennan as the incoming ICC President Elect. ICC is looking forward to new accomplishments in 2018 and beyond.

ICC will continue to focus on the following priority areas to address future challenges:

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Vienna Whole Grain Declaration published

RSS ICC - Mon, 12/18/2017 - 14:07

VIENNA WHOLE GRAIN DECLARATION  - A Call to Action for Increasing Whole Grain Intake

From the participants of the 6th InternationalWhole Grain Summit in Vienna 2017

For over three decades, repeated studies have clearly demonstrated that people eating more whole grains have reduced risks of many diseases compared to those eating less. This has led many countries to adopt specific recommendations for people to choose whole grain-based foods instead of refined grain-based foods. Yet current data suggest that whole grain intake in most countries remains well below existing recommended levels, which is a concern for long-term public health.

To increase whole grain intake, efforts cannot be limited to one or two stakeholders, and must be addressed using the combined efforts of all parties involved in the food supply chain. For this reason, more than 200 renowned experts and leading stakeholders, representing more than 35 countries, came together at the 6th International Whole Grain Summit, 13-15 November 2017 in Vienna, Austria, with the common goal of creating a collective action plan to increase whole grain intake worldwide, for the health and well-being of all people.

This declaration reflects the experts’ consensus on the principal goals that must be addressed, and the actions that must be taken in order to increase whole grain intake.

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Whole Grain Press Release published

RSS ICC - Mon, 12/18/2017 - 13:22

The Best Dietary Change According to Experts? Switching to Whole Grains

Vienna, 18.12.2017. New data on the links between diet and health show that replacing refined grains with whole grains globally could reduce the burden of chronic disease more than any other change – including better-known approaches such as reducing sodium, eliminating trans fats or even cutting sugar-sweetened beverages.

This eye-opening data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation was revealed during the keynote address at the recent Whole Grain Summit in Vienna. In response to the urgent public health challenge documented by experts speaking at this event, more than 200 scientists from 36 countries participating in the Whole Grain Summit worked to craft a two-year global action plan to increase whole grain consumption.

Read the FULL PRESS RELEASE

Season's Greetings 2017/2018

RSS ICC - Thu, 12/14/2017 - 09:19

 

Season’s Greetings and our best wishes for the New Year on behalf of all staff at the ICC Headquarters in Vienna and all ICC Officials across the globe!

We can look back at another successful year in ICC, thanks to the great collaboration of the global ICC network of members and stakeholders. Thank you for your trust and collaboration in the past year!

Read some highlights in 2017

On behalf of ICC - International Association for Cereal Science and Technology I would like to wish you a Happy Holiday Season and a Successful New Year!

Michaela Pichler
ICC Secretary General | CEO

PS: Please mind that ICC Headquarters will be closed between 25 December 2017 and 5 January 2018.

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Whole Grain Press Release

RSS ICC - Wed, 12/13/2017 - 12:55

 

The Best Dietary Change According to Experts? Switching to Whole Grains

Vienna, 18.12.2017. New data on the links between diet and health show that replacing refined grains with whole grains globally could reduce the burden of chronic disease more than any other change – including better-known approaches such as reducing sodium, eliminating trans fats or even cutting sugar-sweetened beverages.

This eye-opening data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation was revealed during the keynote address at the recent Whole Grain Summit in Vienna. In response to the urgent public health challenge documented by experts speaking at this event, more than 200 scientists from 36 countries participating in the Whole Grain Summit worked to craft a two-year global action plan to increase whole grain consumption.

In response to the urgent public health challenge documented by Franco Sassi, Imperial College London, and other experts, more than 200 scientists from 36 countries participating in the Whole Grain Summit worked to craft a two-year global action plan to increase whole grain consumption.

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ICC Awards at the Whole Grain Summit

RSS ICC - Thu, 12/07/2017 - 10:01

The following awards were announced at the Whole Grain Summit 2017:

Clyde H. Bailey Medal - the most prestigious ICC Award, for outstanding achievements in the service of cereal science and technology, granted once per four years, was given to:

Prof. Dr. Kaisa Poutanen, Research professor, VTT Technical Research Centre of  Finland

Based on her innovative and exceptional contributions to fundamental and more applied aspects on the relationship between cereal chemistry and nutritional and health effects as well her outstanding ability to initiate and lead collaborations between scientist and stakeholders within this important field

Fellowship of the ICC Academy - for significant contributions to cereal science and the aims and objectives of the ICC was given to

Prof. Ke Bian Professor and President, Henan University of Technology, China 

For his excellent achievements in grain science, education and his work of great international importance as Chair of the ISO Cereals and Pulses Committee as evidenced by the high level of activity of the Committee under his chairmanship

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7th International Dietary Fibre Conference 2018 - registration and abstract submission now open!

RSS ICC - Tue, 12/05/2017 - 07:52

We are pleased to announce that registration and abstract submission is now open for DF18 - the 7th International Dietary Fibre Conference4-6 June 2018 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands!

Dietary fibre is increasingly becoming a hot topic with its key role for the human gut microbiome contributing to major benefits for health and well-being. Its potential for replacing sugar and fat in a range of products and the availability of new fibre ingredients and products with specific benefits, both for health and sensory aspects underlines the importance of dietary fibre in science and technology.

DF18 covers all sources of dietary fibre and their diversity regarding impact on food structure, the human gut microbiome and health, including state-of-the art reviews by authoritative speakers and updates on new developments in major international projects.

Early bird registration and abstract submission for oral and poster presentation is now open!

ICC Members benefit from significantly reduced registration fees. Not a member yet? Join the ICC family

Looking to put your company and its competences in the focus of the global dietary fibre sector? Chose from the attractive sponsorship packages and showcase to a targeted international audience!

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LACC4 and IGW - Early Bird Registration ending soon!

RSS ICC - Tue, 11/28/2017 - 07:38

 

What do ICC and CIMMYT have in common? Two renowned international cereal organisations - two renowned international cereal events. For the first time, ICC and CIMMYT are collaborating for the LACC4 - 4th ICC Latin American Cereals Conference and IGW - 13th International Gluten Workshop. Cereal science and technology in Latin America will be in the spotlight in March 2018 in Mexico City!

Have you registered yet? Early Bird Registration is ending 1 December - save 10% - benefit from reduced registration today!Single registration for each event is possible or the discounted combined registration package for both events can be taken register now

Abstract submission for oral and poster presentation is open until 15 December! Take this chance to present your work to experts in the Latin American region and from around the world! The full list of topics and sub-topics can be found under http://cereals2018.cimmyt.org/agenda-and-programme/

Attractive opportunities to sponsor both conferences are also available - showcase your company and reach out to the Latin American Region!

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7th International Dietary Fibre Conference 2018 - registration and abstract submission will open soon!

RSS ICC - Wed, 11/22/2017 - 10:16

DF18 covers all sources of dietary fibre and their diversity regarding impact on food structure, the human gut microbiome and health, including state-of-the art reviews by authoritative speakers and updates on new developments in major international projects. DF18 therefore offers a wide forum for all disciplines and industrial sectors involved in the research, exploitation and utilization of dietary fibre. A rich table top exhibition of products, and scientific tools contributes to giving the participants a comprehensive overview of the state of the art in the field of dietary fibre.

The programme outline and sponsor packages are available at www.dietaryfibre.org

DF18 continues the highly successful series of the 3-yearly DF Conferences starting from DF2000 (Dublin) till DF15 (Paris): integration of nutritional and consumer science with food technology, product development, analysis and legal aspects. DF18, organized by ICC, Wageningen University and Research (WUR) and TNO, is the occasion where scientists, regulators and industry representatives from all over the world can meet in a unique location where participants can develop new ideas while drawing inspiration from the dynamic city of Rotterdam – less than 30 train-minutes from Amsterdam Airport

Save the dates - registration and abstract submission will open soon! www.dietaryfibre.org

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