Advances in technology can be better integrated into the world of sport science through 'big data' sharing, field-based physiological measures, and more personalised prescriptions, according to a new paper that will be presented at the upcoming...
Pharmactive has unveiled a novel, eco-friendly 'ABG Cool-Tech' technology that optimises the extraction process of its aged black garlic extract as well as launching a new, more concentrated formulation.
A successful serial entrepreneur who runs a 3D-printed personalised supplements firm will join NutraIngredients' Sports and Active Nutrition Summit in October to discuss the huge opportunity that this new tech brings to the health and nutrition industry.
Global personalised nutrition startup MixFit is expanding its reach across the nutrition sphere as it launches a new B2B platform for nutritionists, coaches and other health experts who need to track their clients' lifestyles in real time.
New Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications in the biomanufacturing of food enzymes and dairy cultures will be among the innovations to come out of a new lab that is being established in the Netherlands.
New technologies will empower consumer and create a ‘seamless’ shopping experience in the supermarket of the future and retailers will embrace new technology that opens the door to a truly personalised experience, research from Kantar predicts.
Big data, the Internet of Things, artificial learning and blockchain technologies are largely underused in food systems, but present a major opportunity in accelerating their transformation, according to a World Economic Forum report.
The importance of digital technology and machine learning as a means to provide precise, tailored nutrition took centre-stage at Probiota Asia 2018, as Danone revealed some of the pioneering research it is undertaking in Singapore.
Following Kerry Group's $220 million (€193m) investment into research and development (R&D) last year, what's next for ingredient innovation at the Irish company? We caught up with the firm's Chief Innovation Officer.
Food firms must woo celebrity chefs and other ‘foodies’ more to help consumers understand the industry’s use of science, including biotechnology and nanotechnology, experts from the sector have argued.