BSG-BioBev- ‘Developing plant-based innovative beverages from Brewers’ Spent Grain’.
The project aims to re-introduce BSG into the food system through developing innovative beverages using advanced bioprocessing techniques.
Superior grain safety with designed mycotoxin binding properties (POWERGRAIN)
The Powergrain aims to explore the efficacy of bioprocessed cereal fibre in minimizing the bioaccessibility of mycotoxins.
OatHow - ’Novel indicators and technologies for oat quality and applicability’
The OatHow project aims for better understanding of the impact of oat cultivars and crop batches on oat processability and end-product quality.
Improvement of gluten quantification methods, and identification of oat cultivars suitable for gluten-free diet (AVEPURE)
The aim of the AVEPURE project is to improve the current antibody-based quantification methods, and also develop new mass spectrometry-based...
PhD position in the research project on gluten-free analytics of oats - application deadline 15.6.2018
We have a PhD researcher position at the Grain Science and Technology Group. The position is in the research project on gluten-free questions of...
FUNBREW - Biotransformation of brewers´ spent grain
The aim of the FUNBREW project is to recycle brewers´ spent grain into a functional ingredient for food industry.
"Well On Wheat?" project
The ‘Well on Wheat?' project is an international research project addressing the health aspects of wheat consumption and the aspects of wheat...
Wastebake − Smart Recycling Technology for Bakery Waste
Wastebake project is one of the TEKES Challenge Finland winners. Project is developing novel methods for reusing bakery waste in food industry...