22 februar 2024
Study ranks the causes of foodborne diseases in Denmark
A new study from DTU National Food Institute provides an overview of research on the burden of foodborne diseases in Denmark, ranking for the first time the disease risks from both foodborne pathogens and chemicals based on their impact on public health. The research shows that campylobacter was the leading cause of the burden of foodborne diseases I Denmark.
08 februar 2024
Sign up for the network on chemical risk assessment
PARCopedia is an interactive network for sharing knowledge on chemical risk assessments, part of the platform PARC: The European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals. DTU National Food Institute participates in several research projects within PARC.
01 februar 2024
Researchers will develop a new framework for estimating the public health impact of environmental chemicals
A new research project, BurdenX, at DTU National Food Institute aims to develop a framework that allows for the calculation of yet unknown public health impacts of some environmental chemicals.
25 januar 2024
See the program for webinar on FOODHAY research findings
Register for a webinar 8 February 2024 to gain insights into how state-of-the-art FOODHAY research equipment has led to exciting new knowledge and results, contributing to process optimization in the food production industry and development of more healthy and sustainable foods of the future. See the program.