Young Scientist Travel Grants to attend 15th IUFoST World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa
Dates: 22nd - 26th August 2010
John Coppock and John Hawthorn Memorial Awards
The United Kingdom Federation for Food Science & Technology (UKFFoST) is offering potential financial support in memory of two UK renowned food scientists. The John Coppock Awards aim to encourage young scientists, technologists and food engineers, based in the UK, to travel to and participate in the next World Congress of Food Science & Technology in 2010, to be held in Cape Town, South Africa.
This will provide an important opportunity for career development through meeting eminent world food scientists and participating in the scientific activities of the international community of food scientists and technologists.
Awards will cover partial funding of the costs of attending the Congress. Reduced price registration fees and accommodation for young people are anticipated for the Congress. Full details of the Congress, including registration forms, costs and call for papers can be found on www.iufost.org/world_congressand www.iufost2010.org.za/announcements/2ndAnnouncement.asp
Following attendance at the Congress, the John Hawthorn Memorial Award will be made to the writer of the best report on benefits gained from attending the meeting.
For further information and application forms, which must be completed and submitted before Monday, April 12th 2010, please contact UKFFoST Honorary Secretary:
Dr David A Rosie (UKFFoST Hon Secretary),
35, Rock Lane,
Beds LU7 2QQ
The national federation of UK societies with interests in food science, food technology and food engineering
The UK Adhering Body to the International Union of Food Science & Technology (IUFoST)
Chairman: Professor J Ralph Blanchfield, MBE
Vice Chairman: Mr John Rigarlsford
Hon Secretary: Dr David A Rosie
Hon Treasurer: Mr Alex Kent
35 Rock Lane Fibrisol Service Ltd, 16, Colville Road, Leighton Buzzard, Beds LU7 2QQ. Acton, London W3 8TE.
Tel: +44 (0)1525 370279. Tel: +44 (0)20 8993 6291.
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Immediate Past Chairman: Professor Geoffrey Campbell-Platt E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org