Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Reviews

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The UCD Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Reviews describe the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin from over 124 researchers (15 academic staff, 1 technician, 10 postdoctoral researchers and 98 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents of each report, which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature of the research programme; and the research sponsors. It also includes the noting of awards for presentational excellence at the Annual Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Seminar held at University College Dublin.

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    Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 27
    (University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, 2022) ;
    The Twenty Seventh Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin over the academic year 2021/22, from the collective research body within the school comprising our academic staff, technical staff, research staff and our early-stage researchers totalling over 130 researchers (15 academic staff, 1 technician, 15 postdoctoral researchers and over 100 post-graduates).The research programme covers two main focal areas: Food and Process Engineering as well as Energy and the Environment. Each of these areas is divided into sub-themes as indicated in the Table of Contents, which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold), the title of the research and the nature of the research programme. The review also highlights the award winners for presentational excellence at the 27th Annual Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Seminar, which was held online in virtual format on Friday 11th March 2022. The awardees for 2022 are listed in the Appendix A.
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    Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 26
    (University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, 2021-09) ;
    The Twenty Sixth Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin over the academic year 2020/21, from the collective research body within the school comprising our academic staff, technical staff, research staff and our early stage researchers totalling over 130 researchers (15 academic staff, 1 technician, 15 postdoctoral researchers and over 100 post-graduates). A copy of this book is available to download from the UCD Research Repository at: http:// researchrepository.ucd.ie. The research programme covers two main focal areas: Food and Process Engineering as well as Energy and the Environment. Each of these areas is divided into sub-themes as indicated in the Table of Contents, which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the title of the research and the nature of the research programme.
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    Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 25
    (University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, 2020-05-31) ;
    The Twenty Fifth Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin from over 124 researchers (15 academic staff, 1 technician, 10 postdoctoral researchers and 98 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature of the research programme; and the research sponsors.
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    Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 24
    (University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, 2019-05) ;
    The Twenty Fourth Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin from over 107 researchers (12 academic staff, 1 technician, 16 postdoctoral researchers and 78 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature of the research programme; and the research sponsors.
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    Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 23
    (University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, 2018-05) ;
    The Twenty Third Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin from over 98 researchers (12 academic staff, 1 technician, 11 postdoctoral researchers and 74 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature of the research programme; and the research sponsors. It also includes the noting of four awards for presentational excellence at the Twenty First Annual Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Seminar held in University College Dublin on Tuesday 20th March 2018.
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