Euro Fed Lipid Newsletter June 2011: 6th DGF Rapeseed Oil Medal 2011/2012
Euro Fed Lipid Congress 2011
Rotterdam: Learn some Dutch before your travel
oils+fats 2011:Last Call for Applications!
EJLST: Most downloaded articles January - April 2011
Congresses, Meetings, Symposia and Workshops
9th Euro Fed Lipid Congress
Oils, Fats and Lipids for a Healthy and Sustainable World
18-21 September 2011, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Abstracts are now available at the congress webpage to help you to plan your individual schedule.
The programme booklet is currently being mailed out. It is also available as .pdf from the congress webpage.
The number of posters has grown meanwhile to 220, with new posters arriving every hour. We expect to have almost 400 posters on display for the three poster sessions. To reach the book of abstracts make sure to submit your poster not later than 1 August. However, last minute posters will be accepted even after this date but not be included in the book of abstracts.
Although English is widely spoken in the Netherlands, it might be nice to have some basic knowledge of Dutch.
On the webpage "woord van vandaag" you can subscribe to a mailing list to receive one Dutch word every day. You can subscribe or unsubscribe by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This mailinglist is aiming to provide new vocabulary to speakers of English learning the Dutch language.
The webpage 2BDutch offers an easy and fun way to learn more about the Dutch language and culture.
Learn Dutch by watching videos with subtitles. Practise your listening comprehensive skill and learn new words. The Dutch videos are translated in English, German, Spanish, French and Portuguese.
If you haven't yet sent off your application to exhibit at oils+fats, now is the time to do it! Just download the application form, fill it out and send it back to us, and you could soon be taking part in this unique 'International Trade Fair for the Technology and Trade of Oils and Fats', the only one of its kind in the world.
Renowned companies from the sector have already submitted their applications and secured their place at oils+fats 2011. More than 50 percent of the available space at the M,O,C, Event Centre is already booked. Trade visitors are eagerly looking forward to the event. Between 5 and 7 October 2011, oils+fats 2011 is the place to be for anyone who wants to find out about the latest developments and trends in the oils and fats industry and talk face to face with CEOs and market and opinion leaders from all over the world.
Get your entrance ticket now - and enjoy the benefits of online ticket reservation!
5-7 October 2011, Munich, Germany
In the first four months of this year, the articles from both our special issues (Fats and oils as renewable feedstock for the chemical industry and Fatty acid esters of chloropropanols and glycidol) appear on the top of the 'most downloaded' list. Below is a TOP 5 list of most downloaded articles excluding those from the Special issues:
Paula Mercer, Roberto E. Armenta
Developments in oil extraction from microalgae
Ingvild J. Haug, Lise B. Sagmo, Daniel Zeiss, Inge C. Olsen, Kurt I. Draget, Tore Seternes
Bioavailability of EPA and DHA delivered by gelled emulsions and soft gel capsules
Rosaria Cozzolino, Beatrice De Giulio
Application of ESI and MALDI-TOF MS for triacylglycerols analysis in edible oils
Marta Lubary, Gerard W. Hofland, Joop H. ter Horst
A process for the production of a diacylglycerol-based milk fat analogue
Michael J. Haas, Pamela S. Fox, Thomas A. Foglia
Lipase-catalyzed synthesis of partial acylglycerols of acetoacetate
Recent review articles:
Can plant oils replace fossil oils?
Fossil oil is a finite resource, but plant oils have the potential to replace it in the chemical and energy industries. Biotechnology can help produce plant oils with high levels of the desirable fatty acids, oils enriched with unusual fatty acids for specialty applications, as well as increase the oil yields by employing metabolic engineering. Carlsson et al. from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences reviewed the recent progress, future challenges and possible solutions for replacing fossil oils with renewable plant resources.
Carlsson, A.S. et al. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol. 2011, in press, DOI: 10.1002/ejlt.201100032
Hydrophilic antioxidants of virgin olive oil
Olive oil is a rich source of powerful natural antioxidants from the family of phenolic compounds. While lipophilic phenols such as tocopherols can also be found in other vegetable oils, most of the hydrophilic phenols in olive oil are endemic to Olea europaea species. In their extensive two-part review, Milad El Riachy and colleagues cover the essential knowledge concerning the phenolic compounds of virgin olive oil.
Milad El Riachy et al. Hydrophilic antioxidants of virgin olive oil. Part 1: Hydrophilic phenols: A key factor for virgin olive oil quality. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol. 2011, 113, in press
Milad El Riachy et al. Biosynthesis and biotransformation of phenolic compounds in virgin olive oil as affected by agronomic and processing factors. Eur. J. Lipid Sci. Technol. 2011, 113, in press
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For more upcoming events until 2014 please see the Euro Fed Lipid congress calendar.