The MyToolBox Consortium is proud to announce the Final Project Meeting & Stakeholder Training in 2020, which will take place in February 11-12 in Cranfield (UK). More detaills and a programme outline will be soon available.
MyToolBox Work Package 3 Leader, Ine Van der Fels-Klerx (Wageningen Food Safety Research), will speak at Smart farming Conference, on June 27, during AgriFood Innovation Event in Venlo, The Netherlands.
In the laboratory of project partner PFNS (Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad, Serbia) the preparation of bioproduct named Aflatool, based on atoxigenic isolate of Aspergillus flavus, is ongoing. The bioproduct will be distributed to the maize field when plants reach 10 leaves stage.
Thanks to the special contribution of the local MytoolBox partner ASAG, in cooperation with Romer Labs China Ltd, the first MyToolBox Stakeholder Workshop took place on April 16-17 in Beijing (China).
As part of the MyToolBox long-term collaboration strategy with China, the training successfully contributed to a dialogue platform between China and the EU to provide building-blocks for a wider range of food safety topics. More than 100 participants
During these two days, more than 100 participants listened to Chinese and EU speakers' presentations on important mycotoxin research topics as well as latest MyToolBox project results and findings. The workshop concentrated on following major topics:
Application and efficacy of atoxigenic Aspergillus strains, Functionality of in-field forecasting models, Cost-effective sampling plans and analytical techniques, Biological models, sensors and decision supporting tools for cereals, Innovative Milling and Thermal Processing, Bioethanol and Biogas production and an Interactive presentation of the newly developed MyToolBox e-Platform.
Lively and constructive group discussions rounded up the meeting by defining current issues in China and by suggesting future cooperations with significant MyToolBox contribution.
The MyToolBox Consortium is proud to announce the Stakeholder Training and Workshop, which will take place in April 16-17 in Beijing (China). Thanks to the special contribution of the local MytoolBox partner ASAG, in cooperation with Romer Labs China Ltd, a programme outline has been drafted.
IRIS team has traveled to ASAG facilities in China to support the installation of the sensor systems developed in MyToolBox project in a pilot silo of 3 tones of capacity.
For a food producer, it is essential to guarantee the safety of the products their customers buy and eat on an everyday basis.