Nutrigenomics New Zealand supporting Asia-Pacific conference in Brisbane
Nutrigenomics New Zealand is proud to be supporting the 2014 Asia-Pacific Nutrigenomics Conference, which will be held in connection with the International Society of Nutrigenetics/Nutrigenomics Congress.
Apple skins show anti-inflammatory activity
Research has demonstrated the anti-inflammatory properties of compounds found in the skins of some apples.
An apple a day to keep inflammation away?
New research suggests that apples may be good for the millions of people worldwide suffering from inflammatory diseases.
Nutrigenomics scientist face of food science
Dr Matthew Barnett, a scientist in the Nutrigenomics New Zealand programme, is featuring in a video to promote the Great New Zealand Science Project.
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