International Whey Conference registration opens

By Jim Cornall contact

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Dublin will host the ninth international whey conference in September 2020.
Dublin will host the ninth international whey conference in September 2020.

Related tags: Dublin, Ireland, Whey, Whey protein

While it may be a little way off, registration is now open for the ninth International Whey Conference, which will take place in Dublin, Ireland, from September 6-9, 2020.

Organized by the European Whey Processors Association (EWPA) and American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI), the conference will provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experiences between the whey “commercial community” and scientists worldwide.

The thematic areas for the 9th International Whey Conference (IWC2020) are nutrition, ingredients, markets, technology, sustainability & environment, applications, regulations & policy and communications.

The conference has been assembled to balance technical and commercial contributions and will inform scientists of the needs of whey processors and end users, present the latest scientific findings and processing technologies and provide an opportunity for addressing the challenges facing the whey processing industry.

Organizers say the conference will give a new generation of scientists, technologists and engineers involved in whey processing the opportunity to learn about new developments and to contribute their research in the form of oral and poster communications. An award will be made available for the best overall early-stage researcher contribution.

Registration is now open, with abstract submissions able to be submitted shortly. The abstract deadline is March 27, 2020. 

An exhibition will also run alongside the conference sessions.

For more details on the event, and for registration, click here​.

Related topics: Functional Dairy, Ingredients, Nutritionals

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