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European Food Information Council (EUFIC) Processed Foods Symposium

European Food Information Council (EUFIC) Processed Foods Symposium was held online on 25.11.2020.  1162 participants from across the globe has been assigned with 856 attendees joining live, covering different sectors, industry, academia, authorities, sector organizations of different food and beverage industries, consumer associations, finally making this symposium very successful. In addition, via Twitter, 122K people have reached the symposium.   Prof. Rajkovic from FoodEnTwin partner institution, Ghent University, took part in the event and among others disseminated FoodEnTwin role of the studies at the nexus of food, health and environment.

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New successes of project leader and members of project consortium

PROJECT “Production of SARS-CoV2 antigens for development of serological tests in Serbia” is directly funded by the Government of the Republic of Serbia. The project has so far resulted in expression of several of the SARS CoV-2 antigens in bacterial and mammalian cells, including RBD fragment of S protein, the major antigen in serological tests.  Consortium of four institutions, led by prof. Cirkovic Velickovic is a finalist of UNDP/WHO Covid19 challenge with the proposed PROJECT of “Serological ELISA test development for IgG antibody detection”.  PROJECT “Development of ELISA and immuno-PCR…

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Slowing down activities and tacking COVID19 relevant issues by our consortium

https://metropole.at/why-face-masks-matter/ https://metropole.at/a-call-for-home-sewn-masks/ https://metropole.at/tips-for-safe-shopping-as-things-reopen-extra-care-is-needed/https://metropole.at/shepherding-the-herd-immunity/ https://metropole.at/control-over-coronavirus-is-in-your-hands/ https://metropole.at/pleased-to-meet-you-carefully/ https://metropole.at/ending-pandemic-mass-testing/ https://metropole.at/vaccine-for-covid-19/https://metropole.at/second-wave-is-not-inevitable/

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First publications of a Horizon2020 FoodEnTwin project

We are proud to inform you that one of the first publications of a Horizon2020 FoodEnTwin project, entitled: Discrete Hf18 Metal-oxo Cluster as a Heterogeneous Nanozyme for Site-Specific Proteolysis, performed in collaboration between KULueven (Jens Moons, Francisco de Azambuja, Karoly Kozma, Mehran Amiri, Tatjana N Parac-Vogt) and the UBFC (Jelena Mihailovic, Katarina Smiljanic, Tanja Cirkovic Velickovic), published in Angewandte Chemie (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/anie.202001036), attracted a lot of attention and highlighted in a magazine Chemistry Views (https://www.chemistryviews.org/details/ezine/11231949/Solid_Peptidase_Performance.html?fbclid=IwAR1Gq36zCZqOpSTMMOUbhhpsB7fVykMKeQ9cFqekAy658gFtkxZpFujfKWI).

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