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Catalyse EU Project kick-off

22/01/2024

16 January 2024 We are excited to share that the CATALYSE project has officially started on 1 January 2024. The consortium of this new EU-funded project comprises 17 partners, including ILSI Europe. CATALYSE was selected …

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The first European Food Safety Forum paved the way for a Safer Food Future

20/12/2023

Brussels, December 21, 2023 – The first European Food Safety Forum, held on November 28 and 29, 2023 in Brussels, concluded with resounding success, gathering over 120 participants from across Europe. Food Safety stakeholders from …

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Scientific Integrity is essential to developing science that benefits society

17/11/2023

On 10 November 2023, we celebrated World Science Day. This year’s edition highlighted the importance of building trust in science. The ILSI federation believes scientific integrity is essential to building this trust and developing sound …

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Take Home Report from the interactive Prebiotics ‘Sandpit’ workshop

14/11/2023

A side event to the ILSI Europe annual symposium, the Prebiotics ‘Sandpit’ workshop of 25 Oct 2023 took an in-depth look at current scientific evidence on prebiotic health benefits, remaining gaps in scientific understanding and …

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New Study Investigates Links Between Infant Fat Mass and Future Health

09/11/2023

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM – 9 November 2023 In the realm of global health, the first 1,000 days of a child’s life are pivotal, shaping long-term health and influencing the prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCD). The Global …

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Survey on Human Tissues

17/10/2023

Amidst the global push to reduce reliance on animal testing, a groundbreaking shift towards human cells and tissue-based models is gaining rapid momentum. This transformation is not only ethically significant but also holds immense scientific …

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