Foodborne Fungi

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Mon Apr 22 12:15:27 EST 1996


µo«H¤H: drice at vines.colostate.edu (Doug Rice), ¬ÝªO: food-science
¼Ð  ÃD: Foodborne Fungi
µo«H¯¸: Colorado State University (Tue Apr 16 22:38:31 1996)
Âà«H¯¸: nthuls!news.sinica!news.cc.nctu!serv.hinet.net!news.uoregon.edu!cs.uor

Good Morning All:

I don't think the announcement for this course has been posted to this group
yet.  It looks like a great opportunity to learn more about those mysterious
fungi that can eventually spoil every classification of food.  I'm going..
I'll see you there:

INTRODUCTION TO FOOD AND AIR-BORNE FUNGI
A course in fungal identification....

Ottawa, Canada:  June 17-21, 1996.

"This 5 day course is appropriate for those interested in food spoilage,
indoor air quality, industrial hygiene, mycotoxins, pharmaceuticals,
biodeterioration, etc."

Here's where to get the details:
http://res.agr.ca/brd/mycology/course/course.htm

Cheers!
Doug


Douglas A. Rice
CSU-Environmental Quality Laboratory Director
Applied microbiology of food, air, water and soil.
drice at vines.colostate.edu
voice:  (970) 491-6503
"Moderation is for Monks, take big bites out of life."
--Lazarus



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