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FEFU and the oldest in Europe Bologna University intend to become partners

Within the framework of the Visiting Professors program, the Far Eastern Federal University was visited by the head of the Interdepartmental Center for Agri-Food Industrial Research of the University of Bologna (Italy), Professor Marco Dalla Rosa. He gave several lectures for students, postgraduates and teachers of the FEFU School of Biomedicine, and also met with the School leadership to discuss the prospects for cooperation between universities, according to the FEFU website.

At his lectures in FEFU, the world-famous scientist in the field of food technology spoke about the peculiarities of working with food, problems of loss of nutrients, with heat treatment and the influence of technological processes of production on shelf life. One of his speeches before students and teachers of the School of Biomedicine, the Italian expert also devoted the technology of pasta and pasta production.

In addition to delivering lectures, Marco Dalla Rosa arrived at the Federal University to discuss the prospects for cooperation between FEFU and the University of Bologna, the oldest higher educational institution in Europe. As the deputy director of the School of Biomedicine Tatiana Kalenik said, the joint work at the level of professorship of FEFU and an Italian university has been reading for several years already - it is being carried out within the framework of the international grant of the European program TEMPUS. Now the universities intend to conclude an agreement that will consolidate the partnership between universities and take it to a new level.

- I am grateful for our work within the framework of the TEMPUS grant. I am delighted with the Far Eastern Federal University and on my return to the University of Bologna I will do my utmost to promote the early conclusion of an agreement on cooperation between our universities, "said Professor Marco Dalla Rosa.

The School of Biomedicine, FEFU, has already outlined the areas on which it plans to develop relations with the University of Bologna. This is, first of all, scientific research in the field of the latest technologies for the production of bakery products, innovations in the processing of fish and marine hydrobionts, obtaining functional nutrition from meat and preserving products. In addition, the School of Biomedicine, in partnership with its Italian counterparts, intends to open a joint educational program on food technologies, exchange faculty, postgraduate students and post-graduates.

The program "Visiting Professors" is implemented in FEFU within the framework of the University Development Program. Its participants are leading scientists and interesting persons from all over the world who have high prestige in the international academic community and experience working in large research centers. Thanks to this project, students and graduate students regularly get acquainted with the external academic community, and teachers - improve their skills and form new professional competencies. Since the beginning of the 2014 year, FENU has visited over 60 speakers from Australia, Germany, India, Russia, Kazakhstan, China, Estonia, France, Singapore, Norway, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Japan under the Visiting Professors program.

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