New publication: Advances in postharvest management of cereals and grains

We would like to announce that Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing have an exciting new publication titled, Advances in postharvest management of cereals and grains, edited by Professor Dirk E. Maier, Iowa State University, USA.

Consisting of 13 chapters, the book provides a comprehensive review of the latest research on the causes of postharvest cereal losses, as well as the key research on the detection and control of fungal contaminants.

This collection also includes authoritative discussions led by leading experts on the viability of different technologies implemented to control postharvest losses, such as fumigation, biopesticides, controlled atmospheres and control of fungal contamination.

Find out more information about this new title here.

*Special Offer*

ICC subscribers can benefit from 20% off their purchase of the book if purchased via the Burleigh Dodds website. Simply enter code CEREAL20 at checkout to receive this discount.

ICC WEBINAR: A new protocol for Rice Variety Identification

Join the upcoming ICC webinar organised in cooperation with the China Grain Products R&D and the National Taiwan University on

 

a new protocol for RICE VARIETY IDENTIFICATION

Date: 20th October 2020 | 14:00 hrs CET | 08:00 pm UTC+8
Price: Free for ICC Members | € 35 for Non-Members

Rice is a stable food in Asia and many other parts of the world which is getting more and more popular. The rice variety plays an important role in quality of rice products and the decision of their price. Recently, the adulteration of rice varieties happens in many countries due to the commercial interest.

Dr. Kae-kang Hwo, from the Department of Agronomy at the National Taiwan University, established a protocol for rice variety identification with a novel set of 12 simple sequence repeats (SSR) markers, which has been tested by two stages of international ring trials. This identification method has been applied for an ICC Standard and will be introduced during this webinar.

This webinar organised by ICC in cooperation with the China Grain Products R&D Institute and the Department of Aronomy at the National Taiwan University will consist of 

  • 5 self-study tutorials providing recorded presentation and videos
  • A LIVE discussion forum with Prof. Kae-kang Hwu

You can find further information and register HERE.

Participate in the ICC Online Training Survey

As ICC we are endeavouring to offer you the greatest possible support. Therefor, we are about to develop a special online training and workshop programme which will support your future professional work and background also during these challenging times.

To make sure this programme meets your needs and expectations, we would appreciate hearing your highly valualbe opinion!

Participate here in the ICC Online Training Survey

The survey, which will take a max of 3 minutes, is anonym and does not depend on whether you are already an ICC Member or not.

Your input will enable us to create an exceptional online training course programme.

In case you have any questions or further suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us any time!

ICC welcomes a new Corporate Member!

ICC is pleased to welcome its new Corporate Member, the African Milling School, Nairobi, Kenya.

African Milling School is a training institution located in Nairobi. They train millers and personnel involved in grain milling from all over Africa and the Middle East on all the processes involved grain milling. They have a keen interest in wheat and maize milling as well as pulses.

African Milling School also provides machine calibration, reference laboratory services and consultancy services with regards to matters grain and flour quality.

We look forward to a fruitful cooperation!

 

Web:

www.africanmillingschool.com

www.buhlergroup.com

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