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Looking forward to the project launch: Maik van Heerd (Progress Events), Yao van den Heerik and Marlieke Wijnakker (VormVrij 3D), Prof. Dr. Michael Schäfer (Hochschule Ruhr West), Marie Louise Wiemeyer (DIL), Gaia di Martino (Hochschule Ruhr West), Bernhard Peerenboom (EAS GmbH), Tim Mäkelburg (GIQS e.V.)

FOOD2020 Project Develops Intelligent 3D Food Printer

The German-Dutch innovation project Cook.3D has officially started with a kick-off event. Representatives of the four cooperation partners met at the Hochschule Ruhr West (University of Applied Sciences) in Bottrop to jointly plan the next steps in the project. Cook.3D was already approved last year together with the second phase of the German-Dutch INTERREG project FOOD2020. The Cook.3D...

Workshop on project ideas for the INTERREG V promotion periods – honours for commitment in cross-border cooperation

The main focus of this year’s Members’ Meeting of GIQS e.V. on 13 November in the premises of Euregio in Kleve was the adoption of a roadmap for further development of the association’s structure. The first step in this direction was the enlargement of the Executive Board from three to four persons. The members voted for Dr. Martin Hamer as new Chair of the organisation. He has managed the...

Experts discuss about harmonization approaches for health management systems in pig production

Dutch, Danish and German experts from industry and academia see first approaches but also several barriers for a common basis for pig health management systems in the three countries. This became clear at a workshop that was performed at 16th of May, 2013 at Wageningen University, the Netherlands. The workshop was based on the results of a study that was conducted in the framework of the...

Salmonella monitoring became far more efficient in 2011 thanks to the improved information situation

In future intensive salmonella monitoring will continue to become increasingly important in all fattening farms and slaughterhouses. In particular pig fattening farmers were already able to show impressive improvements in 2011, thanks to a reorganised salmonella monitoring system within the framework of the INTERREG VI A project SafeGuard, and hence underline their high quality standard. According...

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