Food for Thought at the final Food4Me Conference on Personalised Nutrition
“Does Personalised Nutrition work?”... this was one of the key questions raised at the final Food4Me conference held recently in Brussels. The conference brought together participants of the various work packages in the Food4Me project, as well as stakeholders in government, industry and research, to discuss the outcomes of the project as well as recommendations for future work in the area of personalised nutrition.
Counting Calories at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition - the Results…
Can you guess the number of calories in a slice of bread? This was one of the questions posed to attendees at the EU Stand at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland recently as part of an interactive nutrition game created by Creme Global in collaboration with UCD.
Food4Me Nutrition Game from the BT Young Scientist Expo is Now Available Online
Following the success of the Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland earlier this month, we have now made the Food4Me nutrition game available online.
Creme Global - Food4Me Nutrition Quiz - The Science Behind the Game
Read about the science behind the Food4Me nutrition game we developed for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.
Meet us at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in Dublin This Week
We are delighted to be supporting the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition in Dublin from Thursday the 8th until Saturday the 10th January.
EU Commissioner Visits Creme Global Showcase
On October 4th Creme was invited by the Dublin Business Innovation Centre to showcase its services, along with 9 other companies, to the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.
Creme Global presents at Food4Me Workshop
Cronan McNamara of Creme Global, presented at the Food4Me Workshop on New and Emerging Nutritional Phenotyping Tools in Philips Research, Cambridge.
Creme Global EU FP7 project changing the way we eat
When the human genome sequence was launched in 2000, it introduced the possibility of personalisation in health care.