During National Science and Engineering Week, Dr Susan Jebb, Head of Diet and Population Health at the Medical Research Council Human Nutrition Research Unit (HNR) gave the annual IFR in the City Lecture. Her talk, ‘Food for a leaner future’ touched on the science underpinning nutrition, from basic fundamental aspects through to social sciences, but focussed [...]
IFR is celebrating National Science and Engineering Week by hosting a Showcase of Young Science, where PhD students from IFR and other Norwich Research Park institutes describe their work to a public audience, who then vote on which they think should be funded. IFR’s Sam Vogt will talk about how we communicate with the microbes [...]
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