Food Science Goes High-Tech: IAFNS Annual Symposium Explores AI, Heavy Metals and More

Keynote Speaker from FDA Deputy Commissioner at IAFNS Fourth Annual Summer Science Symposium

The Institute for the Advancement of Food and Nutrition Sciences (IAFNS) will be hosting its Fourth Annual Summer Science Symposium on June 4–5, 2024 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. This year’s meeting is set to feature a range of sessions on topics such as artificial intelligence (AI) in food safety and nutrition, food and mood, food classification systems, heavy metals in foods, dry sanitation, global stances on sweeteners and more.

In addition to informative sessions, attendees can also look forward to an evening reception on June 4 for networking and engagement with colleagues in the field. The event will bring together scientific and regulatory experts from government, industry, academia, and media organizations.

The keynote presentation on Tuesday, June 4 will be delivered by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Deputy Commissioner of Human Foods, Jim Jones. The symposium promises to be a valuable and insightful event for those working in the fields of nutrition and food science. It offers a unique opportunity for professionals to collaborate, exchange ideas, and stay current on the latest advancements and research in the industry. With a diverse range of topics and speakers, this symposium is sure to provide attendees with a wealth of knowledge and networking opportunities that will help them in their work and research moving forward.

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