UCPH - University of Copenhagen

At UCPH, the two departments Department of Food Science (FOOD) and Department of Food and Resource Economics (IFRO) contribute to BoostEdu. FOOD is one of the key education and research institutions in Denmark within food science and technology. IFRO is key within the fields of food, innovation and entrepreneurship. Both departments work closely with industries.

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DTU - Technical University of Denmark

At DTU, the National Food Institute (DTU Food) contributes to BoostEdu. DTU Food researches and communicates sustainable and value-adding solutions in the areas of food and health for the benefit of society and industry. DTU Food works closely with industries.

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WU - Wageningen University

At WU, the Management Studies Group (MST) contributes to BoostEdu. MST has a core interest in educating, researching and supporting innovation and (sustainable) entrepreneurs, with special focus on innovation and internationalization - in particular in the agri-food industry.

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UNIBO - University of Bologna

At UNIBO, three departments contribute to BoostEdu: Department of Agricultural Sciences (DIPSA), Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences (DISTAL) and Department of Management (DISA). The departments have extensive experience in the field of innovation in the food sector and all work closely with industries.

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UPV - Polytechnic University of Valencia

At UPV, the Institute of Food Engineering for Development (IIAD) contributes to BoostEdu. IIAD is the UPV research institute focused in the area of food technology and innovation for food Industries. IIAD works closely with industries.

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BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

At BOKU, the Department of Food Science and Technology (DFST) contributes to BoostEdu. DFST is the major Austrian research institute for food technology. DFST puts strong emphasis on involvement in projects that focus on international collaboration within the academic and industry sector.

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