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Disruptive Robotics at Physics in Food Manufacturing

  • Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield, England, S1 United Kingdom (map)

Join us for Physics in Food Manufacturing (#PhysicsOfFood) at Sheffield Hallam University on 9th and 10th January 2017. Jake Norman, our Innovation Manager, has been invited to speak about the disruptive power of robotics in food manufacturing at the topical research meeting.

The two-day event invites physicists and food professionals to discuss the role physics plays within food manufacturing. The event will revolve around three ‘grand challenges’ facing the industry as discussed at the Physics in Food Manufacturing Summit held in London earlier this year.

To create…

  1.        A resource-efficient food manufacturing supply chain
  2.        A safe and secure manufacturing supply chain
  3.        An innovative, resilient food supply chain for 21st Century populations.

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We are also thrilled to announce that we will be appearing in the IJFST (International Journal of Food Science and Technology) with an article on the impact robotics and automation will have on the food science community.

Earlier Event: 21 October
Food Factory for The Future - France
Later Event: 26 January
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