Danisco Foundation awards four student grants
'The grants are intended to help the students complete their theses in the best way possible. Another objective is to enhance the interaction between Danisco and food and biotech students. Many of these students could have a future at Danisco,' says Senior Manager Lisbeth Munksgaard, Danisco A/S.
For several years, the Danisco Foundation has also granted the Danisco Award to a scientist or business keenly committed to improving the quality of food.
This year, the grants are awarded to students engaged in the molecular understanding of lactic acid bacteria activity in dairy products and the quality improvement of meat products.
Each year, food and biotech students at the universities under the Centre for Advanced Food Studies can apply for grants to complete their final theses.
The grants will be presented at an award ceremony today at Danisco's head office in Copenhagen.
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