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“We want to find out as many details as we can about milk because it is so important, but so little is known about its chemistry,” Remoroza said. Pic: R. Press/NIST

New research identifies 80 new oligosaccharides

NIST says expanded milk database will help infant formula manufacturers

By Jim Cornall

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US have recently doubled the size of a reference library that includes examples of a certain type of carbohydrate found in milk from humans and several other animals.

DuPont has published an update to its work in the field of early life nutrition. Pic: DuPont

DuPont reports on early life nutrition studies

By Jim Cornall

DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences recently released the findings of a study showing the effects Care4U 2’-FL had on dental caries-associated bacterium Streptococcus mutans.

Lactanet and DFC have been working collaboratively since 2016 towards the common vision of a national dairy cattle traceability program.

DairyTrace set for fall implementation

By Jim Cornall

Lactanet Canada and policy and lobby group Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) have announced that DairyTrace, the national dairy cattle traceability program will become a reality in the fall of 2020, providing a single, common framework for dairy farmers to...

Dairy Dialog podcast 86: Tate & Lyle, Royal DSM, Crisp. Pics: (Computer) Getty Images/simpson33; (field) Tate & Lyle; (pizza) Royal DSM

Dairy Dialog podcast 86: Tate & Lyle, Royal DSM, Crisp

By Jim Cornall

On this week’s Dairy Dialog’s podcast, we have three guests: Anna Pierce, director of sustainability at Tate & Lyle; Bob Savage, product application expert, cheese, at DSM; and Are Traasdahl, co-founder and CEO of Crisp. We also have our weekly look...

Humans collaborating with robots in manufacturing processes should be provided with maximum safety combined with ease of use, while meeting new requirements for adequate distancing of workers in manufacturing sites, all of which can be delivered with the latest cobot, the MELFA ASSISTA from Mitsubishi Electric. Pic: Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi produces new cobot

By Jim Cornall

Mitsubishi Electric’s new collaborative robot, the MELFA ASSISTA, has been developed to work alongside human operators without the need for guards or safety fences, while meeting requirements for adequate distancing of workers in manufacturing sites.

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