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STARCH'96

A two-day symposium on the perspectives for a renewable raw material in the 21st century, STARCH'96, will take place in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, from 7 to 8 October 1996. It is organized by the Netherlands Institute for Carbohydrate Research, with support from the Eur...

7 October 1996 - 7 October 1996
Netherlands

A two-day symposium on the perspectives for a renewable raw material in the 21st century, STARCH'96, will take place in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, from 7 to 8 October 1996. It is organized by the Netherlands Institute for Carbohydrate Research, with support from the European Community's FAIR programme for agriculture and fisheries (DG XII).

STARCH'96 will provide a forum for scientists and R&D managers to discuss the state of the art of research activities and applications related to starch. In particular, the following topics will be examined:

- Starch in the 21st century;
- Biotechnological modification;
- Starch production/new crops;
- New starch derivatives;
- Structure and properties.
For further information, please contact:

Organizing Secretariat
Carbohydrate Research Foundation
Ms. Ellen Jansen
PO Box 96882
2509 JG The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel. +31-70-3540982; Fax +31-70-3515318
E-mail: zijlstra@zestec.nl

Further information is also available on the World Wide Web at:

http://www.cec.lu/en/comm/dg12/agro-c.html