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Innovative food products developed by FENU experts won eight awards at the RosBioTech-2014 exhibition

8 medals - such a record number of awards was received by the Far Eastern Federal University following the results of the 8th international biotechnological forum-exhibition RosBioTech-2014, held in Moscow. Innovative food products, developed by professors, postgraduates and undergraduates of the School of Biomedicine, were awarded the highest ratings by experts and leading Russian scientists, the press service of the university told RIA PrimaMedia.

As explained by the deputy director of the School of Biomedicine, FEFU Tatyana Kalenik, more than 100 universities, research centers and industrial enterprises of the country participated in this largest forum of Russian biotechnologists, and the stand of the Far Eastern Federal University took the rightful place at the exhibition. It presented eight types of innovative food products developed by FEFU scientists. All of them received the highest ratings and laudatory reviews from both professional biotechnologists and ordinary consumers who were ready to buy all the products of the university.

Gold medals of the RosBioTech exhibition were awarded to gluten-free cookies, sausages with kelp and liver pate with cucumaria, as well as the project "Biotechnological food products for functional and specialized purposes based on the biological resources of the Far East." Sugar cookies with mashed pumpkin seeds received a silver award. Pumpkin nectar with carrageenan, mayonnaise sauces based on sea additives and “Cranberry in marzipan” sweets received the highest awards in the competition of the Academician I.N. Blokhina, who is engaged in the implementation of innovative developments in the industry.

- FEFU takes part in the RosBioTech forums for the sixth time, but we have achieved such a high success for the first time. I would especially like to mention our kelp sausages and pates, which all guests simply admired. By the way, FEFU biotechnologists have developed innovative sausages in close partnership with the Nikolsk food production association, whose director and chief technologist were directly involved in the creation of a new product, ”said Tatiana Kalenik. - I really hope that soon the unique developments of scientists of the School of Biomedicine in the field of food biotechnology will be available to everyone.

Within the framework of RosBioTech-2014, Professor Tatyana Kalenik also made a presentation at a scientific conference entitled "Functional food products and their role in ensuring a rational and balanced nutrition of the population of Russia." To her fellow scientists, doctors and biotechnologists, she presented the results of research on marine aquatic organisms - jellyfish, echinoderms, molluscs and others - from which useful substances are extracted at FEFU.

At the exhibition RosBioTech it was possible not only to present the development of FEFU scientists, but also to interest potential partners. Several firms made proposals to buy out patents and produce innovative products from the Federal University. An unusual order for biotechnology from the FEFU was received from the coaching staff of the CSKA youth hockey team: scientists of the School of Biomedicine are asked specifically for athletes to develop functional nutrition based on Far Eastern wild plants and hydrobionts.

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