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Prof. Dr. Peter Stehle, Dean of Faculty of Agriculture, Bonn University, will give a welcome address in the introduction session during Bonn Polyphenols 2013

universityOn behalf of Pr Schieber and Pr Edeas, co-chairmen of Bonn Polyphenols 2013, we are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Peter Stehle,

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Welcome to Bonn Polyphenols 2013

SchieberWe cordially invite you to participate in the 7th ISANH World Congress on Polyphenols Applications to be held at the University of Bonn, Germany, on June 6-7, 2013.

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Houda Saad, from INSAT Tunis, was awarded for her poster presentation during ISANH Polyphenols 2012

The ISANH Poster Presentation Award 2012 was discerned to Mrs Houda Saad, from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées et de Technologie INSAT, Tunis, Tunisie for her Study of Tunisian Pomegranate Peels Polyphenolics Compounds.

The Scientific Committee of ISANH Polyphenols 2012 is honoured to announce that Mrs Houda Saad was awarded for her poster presentation during the 6th International Conference on Polyphenols Applications which was held in Paris in June 7-8, 2012.

To access to the PDF presentation of Mrs Saad, please click here.

 

For more information about ISANH Polyphenols 2012: www.polyphenols-site.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Message from ISANH Polyphenols 2012 Chairmen

 

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The 6th edition of ISANH Polyphenols 2012 was held in Paris in June 7 & 8, 2012 and brought together experts from academia and industry, established researchers and young, emerging talents from almost all continents.


These two days were very rich and active with high quality debates about scientific advances.

Indeed, experts’ contributions highlighted the tremendous opportunities as well as the challenges that are associated with one of the most fascinating classes of secondary plant metabolites.

 

Recent Advances and Clinical Applications of Polyphenols in health were highlighted by oral & poster presentations. 

Some critical questions concerning clinical studies and claims were discussed. The impact of polyphenols consumption on consumers and how marketing can not go faster than sciences advances (how to avoid speculations as for resveratrol) 

One of the main conclusions of the first day was that polyphenols will play a central role in the prevention of many chronic diseases. Many presentations showed the impact of polyphenols on diabetes, obesity, cancer, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases. There is no doubt that phenolic compounds hold promise for application as functional food ingredients and nutraceuticals, natural additives in foods and feeds, and even as pharmaceuticals.

Polyphenols & Waste Valorisation from Fruits and Vegetables Processing  

The aim of this session was to discuss how by-products of the fruit and vegetable industry (such as tomato peel, olive margin, paper waste, wine, beer, cider and palm industries) can be utilized for the recovery of polyphenols and other valuable components. 

During this conference, by-products arising from processing of plant-derived raw materials were demonstrated to be excellent sources of phenolics, but economically feasible approaches are still needed for their exploitation.

Various processes and techniques were suggested for the extraction, fractionation and isolation of target compounds. In order for phenolics to be applied as bioactive compounds, more data needs to be generated concerning their efficacy, bioavailability, metabolism, their chemical and physical behavior in various matrices during processing, and obviously their potential toxicity. Despite significant advances in the analysis of phenolic compounds, there are still challenges when it comes to their characterization and quantification. 

Future congresses on Polyphenols Applications will address, among others, these topics in order to obtain a more complete picture of the potential of phenolics. 

On behalf of the Organizing Committee and ISANH, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to all speakers and participants for their contribution during these two days. It gave us a great pleasure to thank all those who graciously supported Paris Polyphenols 2012 and who have been involved in the organization of the conference.

We look forward welcoming you next year in Germany for the 7th ISANH Polyphenols Congress. 

Pr Marvin Edeas - Chairman of ISANH  

Pr Andreas Schieber - Chairman of Scientific Committee 

 


ISANH Polyphenols Abstracts Book  

The abstracts book of ISANH Polyphenols 2012 is now available in paper and also digital version. You can access to the index and order form by clicking here. 


Pictures Gallery  

A pictures gallery is open on website. You can access to many pictures by clicking here.  

 

Pr Iman Hakim was awarded for her Short Oral Presentation about Modulation of Oxidative Damage by Green and Black Tea

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Dr Iman Hakim, from University of Arizona, was awarded by the Scientific Committee of ISANH Polyphenols 2012 during the 6th International Conference on Polyphenols Applications which was held in Paris in June 7 & 8, 2012.

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ISANH discerned the ISANH Polyphenols Award 2012 to CreAgri From Paris Polyphenols

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Dr. Crea’s work with olive polyphenols and hydroxytyrosol was acknowledged with a keynote presentation at ISANH Polyphenols 2012, the world’s largest symposium on polyphenols derived from agricultural biomass, which will be held in Paris, at the Palais Brongniart this coming June 7-8, and CreAgri was awardedfor their innovative product Hydroxytyrosol Derived from Olive Oil Waste Water and its Industrial Applications in Health, Wellness and Lifestyle.

 

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Paris will host delegates for the 6th International Conference on Polyphenols: Clinical Evidences & Waste Valorisation

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Lesieur, L'Oréal, Mars, Morinaga & Co, Ajinomoto Omnichem, Unilever, BioActor BV, Breko GmbH, Celabor, Chr Hansen, Kerry Ingredients & Flavours,

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