Session Recordings & More
Complimentary Scientific Program Digital Library – Sponsored by Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
Did you attend the 2012 Scientific Program at this year’s event, but missed a session or would like to review the materials from a session you attended? New this year, IFT partnered with Ajinomoto Co., Inc., to bring you a new, complimentary Digital Library.
This resource gives you web-based access to IFT’s 100+ Scientific Program sessions. More specifically, you’ll have access to:
- Recordings of presentations, including PowerPoint slides for one-year*
- Speaker biographies
- Search features to quickly find a speaker or session
Registrants of the Scientific Program should have received an email with their individual BadgeID which provides access to the Digital Library. Scientific Program registrants who did not receive an email can visit the Digital Library to locate their unique BadgeID using the Forgot BadgeID function. Registrants can also contact IFT directly at email@example.com to retrieve their unique BadgeID. All login issues or questions about the Digital Library should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complimentary Scientific Program Webcasts
As a thank you to our 2012 event full paid conference registrants and to extend your Scientific Program learning experience, IFT is offering an opportunity to select two free webcasts from those that were submitted for presentation in conjunction with the IFT Annual Meeting Scientific Program. Webcasts to select from are:
- Navigating the U.S. Food Additive Regulatory Program
- Rapid Detection Technologies for Foodborne Pathogens
- Improving Sustainability Across the Food Value Chain with Biotechnology
- Food Engineering, an Integral Component of all Food Science Disciplines: Current and Future Trends
- Emerging Health Benefits of Traditional Dried Fruit
Individuals who qualify for the free webcast offer will receive instructions in their conference registration confirmation e-mail. Do not register via the links above. Refer to your registration confirmation for your unique registration link.
If you are not a full paid registrant, you may register for these webcasts using the links above. Each webcast has a capacity of up to 1,000 registrants on a first-come, first-served basis.
Purchase the 2012 Book of Abstracts
The Book of Abstracts is your supplemental resource for the 2012 Scientific Program. It contains the title and complete abstract for all presentations, as well as the primary author’s contact information. Now available in both print and digital formats for $25.00. Buy yours today!