food engineering

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food engineering

[′füd ‚en·jə‚nir·iŋ]
(engineering)
The technical discipline involved in food manufacturing and processing.
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A team led by Laurent Bazinet, a food engineer at Laval's Institute of Nutrition and Functional Foods, has developed an alternative approach that combines filtration with electrodialysis, which is normally used to remove charged ions from water in desalination systems.
When zapped with electricity, the floating particles act like bar magnets, says food engineer James Steffe.
Krochta, a chemical and food engineer at the University of California, Davis.
As a food engineer intern, I worked with marketing executives from different companies.
For Levente Diosady, whose work as a chemical and food engineer has begun to chip away at the devastating affliction of malnutrition in the developing world, it's not hard to imagine what drives him forward.
INTERESTS: Travel, photography, acting/theatre, and cooking (even though I'm a food engineer, that doesn't mean I know how to cook
An annual award, alternating between recognition of a distinguished food engineer in odd-numbered years, and an emerging food engineer with less than 10 years practice in even-numbered years.
Da-Wen Sun, professor in the Department of Biosystems Engineering, National University of Ireland, received the Food Engineer of the Year Award 2004 from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London.
We were looking for a CAD package that would decrease our development cycle and get our products to market faster - we succeeded when we purchased SolidWorks," said Rich Szyperski, senior food engineer for Evergreen.
An annual award, alternating between recognition for a "distinguished" food engineer in odd-numbered years, and "emerging" food engineer with less than 10 years practice in evennumbered years.
The majority of our inspectors are veterinarians and agricultural engineers as well as food engineers, which number 800.
This fine line at the tail-end of "Baffour's Beefs" (NA, May) reminds me of what the genetic food engineers are saying about us Africans: "unproductive eaters".