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PROJECT PROTEIN 6TH PLENARY MEETING

PROJECT PROTEIN 6TH PLENARY MEETING From 15-17 December 2020 the PROTEIN project consortium hosted our 6th plenary meeting that brought together healthscientists, machine learning experts, business leaders, and commercialization experts. On the first day, the consortium reviewed all the innovative assets and discussed the potential of the asset to be commercialised and to address the needs of key target groups …

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Meet PROTEIN Project consortium member Elena Milli: Europole

Lovely to meet with you, Elena, please tell us about your organisation.   Thank you. I am a collaborator within Polo Europeo della Conoscenza (European Pole of Knowledge) https://www.europole.org/en/ a national public body and network of educational institutions administered by Istituto Comprensivo di Bosco Chiesanuova (ICDB). Our primary tasks in the PROTEIN project are to …

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PROTEIN Newsletter

Dear Reader,   The PROTEIN project aims to develop an end-to-end ecosystem that will engage people to a healthy, pleasurable, nutritional and sustainable diet by offering dietary and physical activity programs adapted to their needs and driven by their personal preferences, physical and physiological characteristics as well as their health status.   During the first …

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Conference “The good proteins for the school”

In the framework of the PROTEIN project, the 10th of October 2020 Istituto Comprensivo di Bosco Chiesanuova – Polo Europeo della Conoscenza (ICDB) has organized in Verona a conference titled “The good proteins for the school”. PROTEIN project has been introduced by Eugenio Mantovani from Vrije Universiteit Brussel. During his speech, he presented the aim …

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PROTEIN Project Featured at European and International Congress on Obesity

Digital health is a field of growing interest across the scientific and medical community.  PROTEIN was pleased to take part in the 2020 European and International Congress on Obesity, held online September 1-4 2020.  https://ecoico2020.com/?p=programme  The project presented two e-posters on the virtual platform, which included an explainer video. Personalized Nutrition for Healthy Living (PROTEIN) Artificial …

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PROTEIN Team hard at work addressing COVID-19

COVID-19 is a new disease and there is now emerging information regarding risk factors for serious illness. Based on currently available information and clinical expertise, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions or chronic diseases, including diabetes and obesity, may  be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.  PROTEIN partner …

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Meet the Leaders of PROTEIN Work Package 3: expert knowledge to support the project

Health professionals are responsible for providing support around delivering dietary advice Ito their patients. Personalised nutrition can be applied by health professionals in two broad areas: firstly, for the dietary management of people with specific diseases like obesity, diabetes or CVD, or for individuals who need special nutritional support—for example, in pregnancy or old age. Personalised nutrition can also help in the development of more effective interventions for improving public health.

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