20 May 2014
SCI’s Food Group
IPA, 44 Belgrave Square, London, UK
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SCI's Food Group's annual 'Food for Thought' evening event will be held on 20 May at the IPA offices (44 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QS), London. This is a great opportunity to hear presentations from the winners of the 2013 Young Scientist competition and the winners of the 2013 Nursten Symposium. Both competitions were sponsored by SCI's Food Group, with the IFST co-sponsoring the Young Scientist competition, and the RSC co-sponsoring the Nursten symposium.
As well as hearing from the four winners from last year's competitions, we are delighted that Dr Ruramayi M Nzuma-Mswaka will round off the evening's presentations with a presentation of her work developing a new method for detection of Campylobacter jejuni.
Food for Thought 2014 follows the Group's AGM which is open to SCI members and guests (only members are eligible to vote).
IPA, 44 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QS
Andy Kerridge, Food Group Chair
Tickets cost £8 via the website, £15 at the door on the day.
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Dr Ruramayi M Nzuma-Mswaka gained her BSc and MPhil from the University of Zimbabwe, and then undertook her doctorate at Cranfield University graduating in 1998. She worked as a project leader at the Scientific & Industrial Research centre in Zimbabwe from 1998 until 2002. She then returned to the UK with her husband and took a 7 year career break to start her family and raise her twins. She has been granted a Daphne Jackson Fellowship under the sponsorship of SCI, and is now working at Queens University Belfast on the project on which she will present her status report.