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Students will learn about ice cream production through hands-on activities in the Food Innovation Center on the Nebraska Innovation Campus. This camp is great for students interested in chemistry, microbiology, and/or emulsification. Come discover all the incredible science behind food production. Science never tasted so good!
Students entering 9th - 12th Grades@Model.HeadlineSize>
July 30, 2024@Model.HeadlineSize>
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- learn about dairy production
- find out how different formulations affect the taste and quality of ice cream
- experience the chemistry and reactions that occur as ice cream is made
- learn about the quality and safety of dairy products
- hands-on activities in university laboratories
- making new friends
- taste ice cream!
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The Food Innovation Center @Model.HeadlineSize>
The Food Innovation Center is a 178,000 square foot complex serving private/public partnerships. The center provides world-class facilities for the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Food Science and Technology Department and private companies in leased space. It features wet/dry lab research space, food grade/non-food grade pilot plant space, a state-of-the-art distance education classroom and office space. The UNL Department of Food Science and Technology has experts in the areas of food safety, health, and nutrition.
Leading this exciting new camp are Dr. Jayne Stratton and Dr. Andreia Bianchini. Dr. Stratton and Dr. Bianchini have led numerous workshops on all topics related to food safety and microbiology, from Better Processing Control School and Food Microbiology workshops to training middle and high school educators on food science curricula.