Technology Developments to Improve Packaged Food Sustainability- On-Demand Webinar
Technology Developments to Improve Packaged Food Sustainability- On-Demand Webinar
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In this On-Demand Webinar IFT Fellow Prof. Julie Goddard from Cornell University shares recent advances in materials science research that seek to reduce the environmental impact of food and packaging waste. Engage in a comprehensive discussion on integrating innovation and pragmatism in driving research towards translatable, high impact technology development to improve packaged food sustainability.

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Dr. Julie M. Goddard is a professor in the Department of Food Science at Cornell University and an IFT Fellow. She holds a B.S. in chemical engineering and a PhD in food science. Dr. Goddard worked in industry as a research engineer before returning to academia to establish her research program on biomaterials and biointerfaces in food and agriculture. She has mentored 34 master and doctoral students and 23 undergraduate researchers, whose work developing new biocatalytic systems, active food packaging materials, and functional coatings has been reported in more than 100 publications and awarded several patents. Dr. Goddard has received several awards recognizing her research accomplishments from the American Chemical Society, Institution of Chemical Engineers, and IFT. Dr. Goddard first joined IFT as a student in 1999 and has maintained active involvement as a professional member, serving on numerous committees, authoring publications in IFT journals, serving as a speaker and panelist at Annual Meeting sessions, and serving as associate editor for the Journal of Food Science. 

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