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Sharareh Jahanbin's PhD Defence

The nutritional value of feed ingredients varies due to the use of different raw materials and processing conditions during the produc-tion of protein ingredients. Thermal processing is central to the production of many feed ingredients. Proteins tend to be reactive and may un-dergo chemical changes during thermal processing which is collectively described as “heat damage”. Heat damage includes numerous chemical processes that may irreversibly damage amino acids or render protein more resistant to digestion. Processing of proteins at high temperatures can result in protein cross-linking.

CGIL Seminar: Can sensor technologies help identify more feed efficient dairy cattle?

We are very pleased to have Dr. James Koltes, an Assistant Professor at Iowa State University, to present a CGIL Seminar on Friday December 3rd, 2021. The seminar will begin at 1:30 PM EDT/EST on the virtual platform Microsoft Teams. The title of the presentation is: “Can sensor technologies help identify more feed efficient dairy cattle?”.

ABSC GSC Winter Snowman Building Competition

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Greetings Animal Biosciences,    Can you believe that 2021 is almost finished? The Graduate Student Council (ABSc GSC) is BACK with the last student run EVENT of the year! A department wide SNOWMAN BUILDING COMPETITION!

ABSC GSC Winter Snowman Building Competition

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Greetings Animal Biosciences,    Can you believe that 2021 is almost finished? The Graduate Student Council (ABSc GSC) is BACK with the last student run EVENT of the year! A department wide SNOWMAN BUILDING COMPETITION!

2021 Virtual Nutrition Seminar Series

Please join us for the DECEMBER Installment of the 2021 ‘Virtual’ Nutrition Seminar Series, hosted by the Centre for Nutrition Modelling (Animal Biosciences Department). Each month in 2021 a different lab within the Nutrition group will share their exciting new research in a dynamic virtual manner.  In December we bring you:

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