5 laboratories for education and research
The Food Technology Laboratory, apart from its educational purposes, is a research space that also serves the community. Its equipment illustrates industrial methods and accommodates users who want to carry out food production on a smaller scale.
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This laboratory is fitted with processing equipment needed to successfully conduct research in the field of meats. The multifunctional laboratory is apt to pursue cutting edge work in the prevention of food poisoning in meats, seafood, dairy and other processed products. Among other things, it sets out to verify methods and the effectiveness of antimicrobial systems.
This laboratory is an experimentation facility for the Integrated Physiology and Animal Science Research Group (GRIPHA). This high-performance, multifunctional integrated animal physiology lab allows researchers to further their work in nutrition, reproduction, and animal processing.
The Nutrition Laboratory provides an area for the practical training of students in the food sciences and technology and nutrition programs. Over the course of their academic career, students put theoretical training into practice in this 16-space ‘kitchen laboratory.’
The Plant Science Laboratory provides an area for the practical training of students in the agronomy program. Over the course of their academic career, students use this laboratory to put their theoretical training into practice.