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The Value of Indexing for Accelerating Research

Posted by Rhianna Jones

13-Feb-2018 15:04:53

Republished from EBSCOpost with permission

Whether you’re a librarian, scientist, student or general consumer, when seeking research for your work, relevant information and sources seem plentiful, especially since the internet has made it easier than ever to discover and share content. However, the more there is, the harder it becomes to find what you need. Researchers can relate to that feeling of frustration, trawling through pages of search results looking for an answer, a quote — something that you know is there and you just can’t find it.

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Topics: information professional, FSTA, food research, webinars and presentations, EBSCO, IFIS Publishing

Food Matters Live 2017

Posted by Shira Rossiter

29-Nov-2017 09:43:05

Food Matters Live is an annual event, based at the ExCeL London, which brings together the food and drink industry across retailers, foodservice providers, government, education and those working in nutrition. Needless to say, it’s a huge event which allows for a massive variety of those in the industry, across the globe, to collaborate, learn and inform. With five of the IFIS team attending across Tuesday and Wednesday, we got stuck into as many of the seminars and exhibitions as possible, to hear about the latest news and innovations in food. Here, we detail just a few of our highlights from the event.

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Topics: labelling, food quality, nutrition, cereals, healthy eating, superfoods, bacteria, retail and marketing, calcium, food production, sugar and substitutes, food research, UK, dieting, conferences and events, health, local foods, novel foods, supplements, IFIS Publishing

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