The IFST Scotland Branch has a rather small but active committee. They collaborate on a number of events with other stakeholders, like SFDF and tend to focus on events where students/careers are topical.
Chair: Ruth Birt
Secretary: Jonathan Wilkin
Minutes Secretary: Phylis Brown
Other members: Carol Donnelly, Christine Fraser, Joyce Hamilton, Rachel Mirfattahi and Brian Wood
|23 March||IFST Scotland Branch Event: Net Zero Gin, Low carbon food production making more with less|
|2 July||IFST Lecture 2019: ‘Ultra-processed foods: The science and the policy’, Scotland, SSERC|
|29 May||Young Scientist Competition|
|15 December||Science and the Parliament|
|11 April||Young Scientist Competition|
|9 February||Food and Drink Reformulation for Health|
|9 November||Science and the Parliament 2016|
We value the important contribution that volunteers bring to the work and life of the Institute. Without the contribution of the volunteers who serve on committees, branches and special interest groups, we would find it difficult to achieve the strategic priorities set out by the Board of Trustees. The Impact Award is an opportunity for volunteers to showcase an innovative activity that has been undertaken that meets the following criteria.
- Is new and has been undertaken in the last 12 months which delivers measurable impact to any/any/all IFSTs strategic priorities, or
- Is an existing activity that has undergone an adaptation or change in order to deliver an enhanced impact linked to any/all of IFSTs strategic priorities, and which
- Is scalable and sustainable.
2021 IFST South Eastern Branch and President’s Special Award to COVID-19 Advisory Group
2020 IFST Northern Ireland Branch and Eastern Branch
2019 IFST Student Group
2018 IFST Student Group
2017 IFST Sensory Science Group
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