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esterniSince 1922, The Experimental Station for the Food Preserving Industry (SSICA), operating through its headquarters in Parma and the section of Angri (Salerno), has been promoting the scientific and technical progress of the Italian food-preserving industry for the sectors of fruits, vegetables, meat and fish products through activities of research, consultancy, training and dissemination of information.

bibliotecaThanks to its specialized staff and cutting-edge laboratories, SSICA is one of the most important applied research bodies in the preserved food sector in Europe and in the world and takes part in national and international research projects. The Institute includes departments specific to different product sectors, as well as departments and laboratories in charge of more general activities; with its skilled staff and updated equipment it is able to experiment with new products, new processing and preservation procedures, also analyzing their economic and social impact. In 2016 SSICA has become a national foundation for international research.

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Seminario Ambiente e Alimenti: il ruolo fondamentale dell'analisi elementare PDF Print

Parma, 14 maggio 2018

Il prossimo 29 maggio alle ore 9, presso la sala convegni di SSICA, Viale Tanara 31/A - Parma, avrà luogo il seminario "Ambiente e Alimenti: il ruolo fondamentale dell'analisi elementare", organizzato da Elementar con il patrocinio dell'Ordine Interprovinciale dei Chimici di Parma e Piacenza.

La partecipazione al seminario è libera e gratuita, ma il numero di posti è limitato. Pertanto le iscrizioni sono aperte fino al 22 maggio 2018, da effettuare tramite mail a This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , oppure compilando il modulo online a


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