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Interest from Overseas

The Vice Chancellor of Louisiana State University (US) is planning an exchange of best practices and even the implementation of joint research projects with the staff of the University of Debrecen.
 
John Russin has visited the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management, where the teaching faculty of the Institute of Food Science gave presentations to him on their projects covering a range of topics, including the quality inspection of different kinds of flour and milk, the relationship between nutrition and genetics, and the exploration of the nature of vine pests. The Vice Chancellor showed peculiar interest in black garlic and the yoghurt created out of breast milk, both designed and produced in the Nanofood laboratory of the Institute of Livestock Breeding.
 
“In Louisiana, we are also working on food science projects that are very similar to the ones implemented here in Debrecen, which is why it is our intention to launch a variety of cooperation programs, the same way as we have done with colleagues from the universities in Nitra, Brno, Warsaw and Cracow,” said the Vice Chancellor.
 
This intention in fact has been recorded in a Memorandum of Understanding signed by John Russin and István Komlósi, Dean of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management.
Interest from Overseas 
“In addition to food science, we are also thinking in terms of cooperation in the fields of crop production, animal husbandry, and water management. Our research staff may join research projects conducted at LSU as early as this coming fall, and we plan to launch student exchange programs as of the start of the next academic year,” said Dean Komlósi.
 
“In addition to food science, we are also thinking in terms of cooperation in the fields of crop production, animal husbandry, and water management. Our research staff may join research projects conducted at LSU as early as this coming fall, and we plan to launch student exchange programs as of the start of the next academic year,” said Dean Komlósi.
 
You can browse the photos taken of the visit in our Photo album.
 
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