NEWS

First General Assembly meeting

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The TRACE-RICE project officially launched on 1st September of 2020 and the first General Assembly took place on 10th of December. Due to the special COVID-19 situation, we met in a video conference and all 10 partners from 3 countries, in total 36 participants, gathered for half a day with intensive exchanges, discussions and presentations on the various work packages and planning actions...

TRACE-RICE team present at 1st International Electronic Conference on Food Science and Functional Foods

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TRACE-RICE team present at 1st International Electronic Conference on Food Science and Functional Foods with the presentation ‘Evaluation of starch hydrolysis for glycemic index prediction of rice varieties’, 10–25 November 2020; Available online: https://foods_2020.sciforum.net/

Deadline for manuscript submissions in Foods Special Issues was postponed

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For centuries Rice has been a staple food worldwide and nowadays is the focus of many innovation from seeds to foods.

Because of that we strongly believe that Rice deserves the opportunity to have a Foods Special Issue that compiles the latest research of the international scientific community.

Considering the extensive research in Rice and our goal of covering the different approaches, two...

Trace-Rice team publication was identified to be in the top 1% worldwide in citation metrics for articles published in 2018

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In an independent assessment of publication impact undertaken by University College Cork in September 2020, one of our teams publications was identified to be in the top 1% worldwide in citation metrics for articles published in 2018. This used the SciVal citation analysis resource, which interrogates the Scopus database, and applying the 'Field Weighted Citation Impact' metric that also takes...

A case study on rice published by FAO "Understanding international harmonization of pesticide maximum residue limits with Codex standards"

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This publication sets out to explore the issue of harmonization of national pesticides Maximum Residues Limits (MRLs) with Codex pesticide MRLs from different angles, by taking rice as a case study. Part A identifies the level of harmonization in main rice producing and trading countries and explores the possible effects on trade, while Part B investigates the reasons behind differing levels of...

Special issues in Foods related with Rice

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For centuries Rice has been a staple food worldwide and nowadays is the focus of many innovation from seeds to foods.

Because of that we strongly believe that Rice deserves the opportunity to have a Foods Special Issue that compiles the latest research of the international scientific community.

Considering the extensive research in Rice and our goal of covering the different approaches, two...