May 08, 2015

08/05/2015: Drop that hang-dog expression and get a ticket to see Dr Mian N Riaz at the Global Milling with GRAPAS Conference


Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Quentin.
     
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Quentin looks very contented, doesn't he? Got his favorite tennis-ball. What more could a chap need? You could be forgiven for thinking everything was as it should be in the world of Quentin.
 
You'd be wrong.

Dear friends, Quentin is terribly depressed. True, he hides it well, but beneath that smiley, furry, actually rather smug-looking exterior lies a broken heart. Why? Because he couldn't get a ticket to the Global Milling with GRAPAS Conference

You are not Quentin (Unless, of course, your name happens to be Quentin. In which case, my point is that you are not this Quentin). 

You can get a ticket.

You can hear eleven leading experts in their respective fields speak on a variety of topics which will inspire, inform and amuse anyone involved in anything that pertains to the milling industry.

You can get all this for just €75.

You can meet Dr Mian N Riaz.
           
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Dr Riaz is the Director of the Food Protein R&D Centre, Head of the Extrusion Technology Program and the graduate faculty in the Food Science and Technology Program at Texas A&M University, USA. He has published 5 books, 20 chapters and more than 100 papers on extrusion and other related topics. Three of his books are in the area of extrusion, Extruders in Food Applications, Extruders and Expanders in Pet Food, Aquatic and Livestock Feeds and Extrusion Problems Solved

Dr Riaz is a frequent speaker at international and national conferences and meetings and so far he has delivered more than 200 presentations in 52 countries. Every year he organizes 4 courses in the area of extrusion. He has been with the Texas A&M system for 18 years. He also has a teaching appointment in the Nutrition and Food Science Department. 


You can hear Dr Riaz speak on 'Improving the quality and attributes of rice and flour milling by-product.'

But don't tell Quentin. That'd be rubbing it in.

Read the Conference agenda and register HERE.
 

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