Les nanoparticules de dioxyde de titane (E171) peuvent traverser la barrière placentaire et atteindre l’environnement foetal

Des chercheurs de l’INRAE en collaboration avec le Laboratoire national de métrologie et d’essais, le Groupe de physique des matériaux(CNRS/INSA Rouen/Université de

Food sugar safety assessment postponed to 2021

EFSA’s assessment of the safety of dietary sugars has been postponed to 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and

Change in taxonomy of the genus Lactobacillus

A consensus has developed among scientific experts that, given the genetic makeup of these bacteria, the current genus Lactobacillus was too diverse

EFSA report on pesticide residues in plants

The report published by EFSA in February 2020 paints a picture of the presence of pesticide residues in food on the European

Covid-19: No transmission through food and pets

On March 2, 2020, ANSES was questioned by the Directorate General of Food on the potential role of domestic animals (commercial and

Influenza: fight against bacterial secondary infections thanks to the microbiota

This French study by the Lille Center for Infection and Immunity (CNRS / INSERM / Institut Pasteur de Lille / Université de

Misalignment between perception, reality and actions in obesity

Despite increased recognition of obesity as a chronic disease, this disease remains largely under-diagnosed and under-treated. The purpose of this study was

ANSES International Scientific Conference on Genomics for Food Safety

ANSES, the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Germany (BfR), the National Institute of Food of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Gut bacteria may help fight obesity and mental disorders

After five years of investigation, the european research program “MYNEWGUT” has released its results on how the human gut microbiota and its

Climate change may cause nutritional deficiencies

Due to global warming, atmospheric CO2 concentrations are rising. Many food crops grown under 550 ppm of CO2 have protein, iron and zinc