Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan and Distinguished Professor Harjinder Singh, world leaders in food protein science, have won the premier science award in New Zealand, the Prime Minister’s Scie
The Riddet Institute, supported by FAO and Health Canada, organised the International Symposium on Dietary Protein for Human Health 2011. It was held at SkyCity Auckland from 27-20 March 2011.
Prime Minister's Fellow for Argentina, Dr Daniel Funes de Rioja, visited the Riddet Institute today.
The Riddet Institute is sponsoring the Tararua College team through the CREST Student Product Development Challenge.
An independent report on the future of New Zealand's agri-food sector is calling for a joint approach from industry and government to drive the activities needed to treble the value of exports
Riddet Institute PhD scholar Davide Mercandante is principal author of an article that has led to the cover image on the latest issue of BioPhysical Journal, a prestigious publication publ
 A special issue of the journal, Food Chemistry, containing the latest research on potato chemistry and edited by three Riddet Institute researchers, has been release
The Massey University Medal has been jointly awarded to Professor Martin Verstegen and Mrs Mariet Verstegen-Spiertz of the Netherlands in recognition of their work in support of agriculture and foo
Dairy Co-operative Fonterra has announced the appointment of Professor Sally Poppitt to a newly established Fonterra Chair in Human Nutrition based out of The University of Auckland.  Th
The Riddet Institute has the cover story in the March 2012 issue of Food and Function journal.
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