The 2015 International Grain Quality and Food Security Conference has been cancelled due to low registration numbers. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Kansas State University to hold the third International Grain Quality and Food Security Conference.
In collaboration with NC-213 U.S. Quality Grain Research Consortium, Kansas State University will host the 2015 International Grain Quality and Food Security Conference August 3-6, 2015.
"The goal of the conference is to provide a global symposium on the technical, scientific and economic opportunities and challenges involved in global grain-based food, feed, fiber and fuel supply chains to assure food security through physical and economic access," says Kingsly Ambrose, assistant professor in grain science.
Discussions will be centered around the current research-based knowledge all things related to the agricultural and food industry. Topics include characterization of quality and safety attributes of cereals, oilseeds, and bioprocess coproducts; developing efficient operating and management systems; and quantifying and disseminating the impact of market-chain technologies on providing high value, food-safe, and biosecure grains for global markets and bioprocess industries.
Read the full Food Security Symposium news release
For further information on the conference, sponsoring, and table top exhibits contact
Kingsly Ambrose, Department of Grain Science and Industry
Carlos Campabadal, IGP Institute
Hulya Dogan, Department of Grain Science and Industry
Dirk Maier, Department of Grain Science and Industry
Anne Huss, Department of Grain Science and Industry