DTU is one of the foremost technical universities in Europe with 10.000 students, 25 international MSc programmes, and 400 new PhD students annually.
ENEA performs scientific research and technological development, and provides services in support of public administration, public and private enterprises, and citizens in Italy.
Hylobates is a leading regulatory and technical consulting company in the global food supplement and food sectors.
the hyve B.V. specialises in support and facilitation of sustainable open source bioinformatics and clinical research software development.
Maastricht University has an innovative approach to learning with a distinctly international outlook, working with institutes, business and industry.
NUTRIS leads the Slovenian national research programme ‘Nutrition and Public Health’ (co-financed by the Slovenian Research Agency) and, in particular, deals with challenges associated with nutrition, food technology and technology transfer to the food industry.
RIVM provides policy support to the Dutch government, and performs tasks to promote both public health and a healthy and safe living environment.
WR-Biometris (Biometris) develops statistical and mathematical methods for the quantification of biological processes and processes in our living environment.
Ghent University is one of the fastest growing universities, in terms of research capacity and productivity, and the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering is a research leader in the field of applied biological and life sciences or bioengineering.
IMDEA Food aims to undertake world class research into food, nutrition and health, and identify nutritional strategies of economic and social value.
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