Past Events

Thursday, 5 April 2018

The AFGC is planning to host a series of PIF V6.0 “Open Houses” in March & April 2018. This event is free for AFGC and AIFST members to attend.

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

The AFGC is planning to host a series of PIF V6.0 “Open Houses” in March & April 2018. This event is free for AFGC and AIFST members to attend.

Thursday, 15 March 2018

The AFGC is planning to host a series of PIF V6.0 “Open Houses” in March & April 2018. This event is free for AFGC and AIFST members to attend.

Wednesday 14 March 2018

QLD members and guests are invited to a lecture that will be examining the intersection of food and nutrition. 

Guest speakers:

- Dr Mark Turner

- Professor Mike Gidley

Wednesday 28 February 2018

The AIFST WA Technical Workshop is an evening that will provide insight into current innovations within the food industry, from a variety of technical and analytical companies. Hosted in building 500 at Curtin University, this event is a must-see for anyone working in the industry as all guests will have a chance to:

Wednesday 28 February 2018

Each year, the AIFST recognises the achievements of its members through an awards program. Have you ever wanted to nominate but weren't sure how to get started?

Join our February careers webinar that will be examining how to craft award applications. Writing a winning submission is a cross-transferable skill that will help you write tenders, grant submissions and also award entries for other organisations or disciplines.

Thursday 22 February - Friday 23 February 2018

Curtin University, Western Australia

Free for AIFST STUDENT, GRADUATE and YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS

More than 550 students over the past seven years have attended the AIFST Food Science Summer School, coming together in a format that provides an avenue to learn, network and promote individual research projects.

 

Tuesday 6 February 2018

AIFST members and guests are invited to hear from Professor Mike Briers AO, the founding CEO of the Food Agility CRC.

The vision of the Food Agility CRC is to empower Australia's food industry to grow its comparative advantage through digital transformation.

Monday 5 - Wednesday 7 February 2018

This symposium is designed to provide new inspiration and knowledge for sensory and consumer professionals. This symposium is an excellent platform for New Zealand and Australian sensory and consumer researchers and professionals to interact with international science leaders in this field, learn about the newest developments in research methods, network and exchange ideas.

Thursday 7 December 2017

Victorian members and guests are invited to an end-of-year get together at what has been called one of Melbourne's best pubs! Registations close 12.00pm on Wednesday, 6 December 2017.