FENS 2023


FENS 2023 is opening sessions on Monday 13 November: 

 The 2023 conference of the Federation of European Nutrition Societies (FENS) in Belgrade is getting even more exciting. FENS are now opening up slots on the afternoon of Monday 13 November for a series of pre-conference workshops, training sessions and networking opportunities. These will run from 12:30 to 16:00 at the conference centre. Factor this into your planning. Keep an eye on the programme to see these emerge. 


FENS 2023 Update

20 July 2023


The Federation of European Nutrition Societies (FENS) is hosting its next conference in Belgrade, Serbia from 14 to 17 November 2023. The previous FENS Conference, hosted by The Nutrition Society in Dublin in October 2019, set a new benchmark for nutrition conferences in Europe. The current signs are that Belgrade will match Dublin for the quality of the programme, the standard of the conference centre and the networking opportunities offered.


FENS 2023 Conference is taking shape

30 March 2023

Architecture of Food

The foods we eat are generally associated with macro- and micronutrients, such as protein, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals that appear in nutrition labels. When these components combine to form a food product, they interact as part of complex microstructures.¹ 

Evidence accumulating over the past 40 years has shown that these structures play an integral role in relation to food’s desirable physical, sensorial, and nutritional properties, as well as any health benefits.¹


Architecture of Food: Processing, structure and health

20 October 2022

Nutrition Science

Nutrition is a complex subject. The relationship between food, nutrition and health is highly affected by both biological, environmental, socio-economic, cultural, and behavioral factors. As nutritional requirements can vary with age, sex, weight, genotype, level of activity, physiological and disease status, nutrition is able to impact positively or negatively on an individual from preconception through to adulthood1.


The impact of nutrition science on past, present, and future human health

1 April 2022

The British Journal of Nutrition

Written by Professor John Mathers, Editor-in-Chief

In 2022, we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the British Journal of Nutrition. This is an opportunity to look back to the earlier days of the journal and to have a glimpse of what comes next. 



75 years of the British Journal of Nutrition

23 February 2022

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