Open-access Livestream Recordings

Open-access Livestream Recordings

The AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo is more than just a conference — it is a prime opportunity to advance your career and grow your network, all in one place. Professionals from all over the world come together online and in-person to share insights and perspectives while building new connections.

Open-access Livestream Recordings

As part of the 2021 meeting, AOCS broadcast select sessions on an open-access livestream. Click on a session below to view a description and link to the recording of that session:

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Select a session to learn more about it and access a link to a recording.

Analytical Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Kaavya Rathnakumar, South Dakota State University, USA, "Extraction of Dairy Phospholipids Using Switchable Solvents"

2nd place:

  • Steven Mascrez, University of Liège, Beligum, "A Rapid and Efficient Method for Dialkyl Ketones and Sterols Determination in Fat" and "Multiple-cumulative Trapping Non-saturated Headspace SPME: A Powerful Tool to Increase Volatile Fingerprints"

Judging panelists:

  • Sneh Bhandari, Consultant, USA
  • Lisa Clement, Senior Research Chemist, Cargill, Inc. USA
  • Arun Moorthy, Director's Postdoctoral Fellow, NIST, USA
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AOCS Business Meeting

In addition to conducting routine business of the Society, attending AOCS members received an update on the state of the Society, met the 2021-2022 Governing Board, and gained insight on our future plans. The Governing Board answered questions from members.

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AOCS Official Methods
Biotechnology Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Ahmad Alhomodi, South Dakota University, USA, "Application of Co-cultures of Fungal Mycelium during Solid-state Fermentation of Canola Meal for Potential Feed Application"

2nd place:

  • Aurore Cournoyer, Laval University, Canada, "Impacts of Discoloration on the Antibacterial and Antifungal Bioactivities of a Porcine Cruor Hydrolysate"

Finalist:

  • Xinjie Liu, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, "Tailoring Camelina sativa Seed Fatty Acid Composition via Fast Neutron Mutagenesis"

Judging panelists:

  • Douglas Hayes, Professor, University of Tennessee, USA
  • Sarah Willett, RD&A Scientist, Kerry, USA
  • Suzana Ferreira-Dias, Professor, University of Lisbon, Portugal
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Edible Applications Technology Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Kunal Kadiya, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, "Effect of Interfacial Composition on the Rheological and Digestion Behaviour of Emulsions"

2nd place (tie):

  • Kristen Patnode, North Dakota State University, USA, "Protein-ligand Docking as a Tool to Predict Properties and Performance of Plant-protein Based Bioplastics Films"
  • Maria F. Romero-Pena, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, "Viscoelastic Improvement of Water-in-Oil Emulsions for Food and Related Applications"

Finalists:

  • Julie Bloquet Maurras, Université de Bordeaux, France, "Multi-scale Approach to Study Crystallization Behavior of Cocoa Butter-copra Oil Blends"
  • Annalisa Jones, Utah State University, USA, "Relationship Between Butter Physical Properties and Water Loss in a Laminated Pastry Model System"

Judging panelists:

  • Amanda Wright, Associate Professor, University of Guelph, Canada;
  • Filip Van Bockstaele, Professor, Ghent University, Belgium
  • Kaustuv Bhattacharya, Principal Application Specialist, IFF, Denmark
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Health and Nutrition Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Snigdha Guha, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA, "Efficacy of Dietary γ-glutamyl Peptide in Modulating Vascular Inflammation

2nd place:

  • Julie Etienne, CarMeN laboratory (Inserm U1060, INRAE UMR1397, UCB Lyon 1), Inria, INSA Lyon, France, "Uptake of Fatty Acids by the Enterocyte: New Insights Gained from Mathematical Modeling"

Finalists:

  • Gustavo Ruiz-Pulido, Tecnologico De Monterrey, Mexico, "Tribo-rheological Analysis of Reconstituted Gastrointestinal Porcine Mucus under Different pH Conditions"
  • Koki Sugimoto, Kansai University, Japan, "Effects of Dietary Phospholipids Prepared from the Japanese Giant Scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) on Cholesterol Metabolism in C57BL/6J Mice"

Judging panelists:

  • Matt Miller, Research Scientist, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand
  • Fabiola Dionisi, Senior Expert and Lipid Network Leader, Nestlé, Switzerland
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Industry Updates I
Industry Updates II
Industry Updates III
Insect Fat - Food Industry and Science Prospective

Sponsored in part by Cargill.

Cargill

Black Soldier Flies have been proclaimed as the ‘next big thing’ in the food industry. Insect fat – which can be up to 60% of the insect biomass - can provide a sustainable oil source for feed, food and industrial applications. Feeding insects with organic waste diverts and upcycles material from landfill. This Hot Topic session features presentations from leading researchers who will highlight the potential and challenges in this field, followed by a panel discussion.

Presentations:

Introduction: Insect Fat - Food Industry and Science Prospective, Diliara Iassonova, R&D Development Leader, Cargill Inc.

Insect Oils as an Alternative Source for Feed, Food and Industrial Applications, Xiaolan Luo, Senior Development Scientist, Cargill Inc.

Fat Boys Are Back! Black Soldier Fly Lipids and Their Value, Jeff Tomberlin

Are Consumers Ready to Eat Insect Oils?, Daylan A. Tzompa Sosa, Doctor Assistant, Ghent University

Panel Discussion: Insect Fat - Food Industry and Science Prospective, Moderated by Diliara Iassonova, R&D Development Leader, Cargill Inc.

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Lipid Oxidation and Quality Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Saoussane Khalifa, Tohoku University, Japan, "Exposure of Squalene Hydroperoxides to Photons Causes the Formation of Unique Squalene Cyclic Peroxides via a Chain Reaction Mechanism Detected on the Human Skin and Causing Harm to Skin Cells (HaCaT)"

2nd place:

  • Ece Gulkirpik, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, "Evaluation of Oxidative Stability of Full-fat Soybean Flour Stored Under Accelerated Conditions as Influenced by Traditional Processing Methods"

Finalists:

  • Paula Albendea, Universitat De Barcelona, Spain, "Effect of Feeding Olive Pomace Acid Oil on Lipid Composition and Oxidative Stability of Chicken and Pork Meat"
  • Giovanna Carlini, University of São Paulo, Brazil, "Chemical Characterization of Echium plantagineum Seed Oil Obtained by Three Methods of Extraction"
  • HeeBin Seo, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea, "Antioxidant Activities and Chemical Profiles of Aqueous and Ethanolic Extracts from Heated Sesame Meals in Oil-in-water Emulsion "
  • Siyu Zhang, University of Georgia, USA, "Lipase‐Assisted Production of 1‐o‐galloylglycerol: Characterization and its Antioxidant Properties"

Judging panelists:

  • Charlotte Jacobsen, Professor, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  • David Johnson, Lead Scientist, Kalsec, Inc., USA
  • Nora Yang, Director of Taste & Sensory Innovation, Kalsec, Inc., USA
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Processing Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

Sponsored by Desmet Ballestra.

Desmet Ballestra

1st place:

  • Selvi Secil Sahin, Ankara University, Turkey, "Formation and Physical Stability of Hazelnut Oil Nanoemulsions"

2nd place:

  • Sergio Oey, Wageningen University, Netherlands "Implementation of Chemical Refining for the Mitigation of 2-MCPDE, 3-MCPDE, and Glycidyl Esters: Promising Pilot Plant Results"

Finalists:

  • Olamide Fadairo, University of Manitoba, Canada, "Air Frying as a Pre-treatment Strategy for the Recovery of Lipophilic Sinapates from Lower Grade Yellow Mustard Oil"
  • Li Zhou, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, "Electrostatic Conditioning of Canola Oil"

Judging panelists:

  • Alan Paine, Consultant, UK
  • Hari Kiran Kotapati, Post-Doctoral Associate, USDA-ARS, USA
  • Orayne Mullings, Technical Sales Engineer, Desmet Ballestra, USA
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Protein and Co-Products Division Student ePoster Pitch Competition

1st place:

  • Delphine Martineau-Côté, McGill University, Canada, "Health Beneficial Bioactivities of Faba Bean Flour after In vitro Gastrointestinal Digestion"

2nd place (tie):

  • Kazunori Machida, UC-Davis, USA, "Effects of Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein from Chickpea Flour on Protein Functionality"
  • Yanting Shen, Kansas State University, USA, "Modulating Intermolecular Interactions of Pea Protein Isolate to Improve its Functional Properties"

Finalists:

  • Chi Dang, University of Ottawa, Canada, "Bioinformatics Analysis of Adhesin-binding Potential and ADME/Tox Profile of Anti-Helicobacter Pylori Peptides Derived from Wheat Germ Proteins"
  • Rio Ogawa, Nihon University, Japan, "Examination of an Efficient Extraction Method for Rice-bran Albumin and its Suppressive Effect on Postprandial Blood Glucose Elevation"
  • Muhammad Zubair, University of Alberta, Canada, "Development of Chicken Feathers Derived Novel Adsorbent for the Removal of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Water"

Judging panelists:

  • Jianping Wu, Associate Professor, University of Alberta, Canada
  • Xiaohong Sun, NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • Denis Chereau, CEO, IMPROVE, France
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Research Investment Agenda Plant-Based Foods & Proteins 2030: Developing the Road Map

The Aim of the “Global Plant-Based Foods Eco-System (Eating, Living, Lifestyle)” is to accelerate the shift towards a more plant-based diet, with better foods, produced in is a sustainable way, as well as increasing food security with an adequate supply of plant protein crops & proteins: Plant-based foods require sustainable and nutritionally-sound ingredients, meal components and meal solutions which enable citizens to shift and stick to a plant-based diet (a diet based on products from plants, excluding animal-based products like meat, fish, dairy, eggs and insects and including algae/ fungi/ microorganisms-based products).

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The Effect of Omega-3 Dosage on Cardiovascular Outcomes

Omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids of marine origin are widely used for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases outcomes, but randomized control trials have found inconsistent results. A recent meta-analysis of interventional trials presents strong evidence that EPA+DHA supplementation is an effective strategy for the prevention of certain outcomes and that the effect is dose-dependent. Join us for this open-access session to hear more from Aldo Bernasconi, VP of Data Science for the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED).

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Volunteer Town Hall

Interested in meeting professionals outside of your research area and to think about other applications of your research? Do you want to hone your leadership, communication or organization skills? Volunteering with AOCS provides these opportunities.

Watch the recording of this Town Hall to learn more about available volunteer opportunities, including:

  • Evaluating AOCS student and professional award applications
  • Developing sessions (chair and co-chair) for the 2022 AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo
  • Modifying, revising and reviewing analytical Methods

If you weren't able to attend but still want to volunteer, please email janet.cheney@aocs.org, or complete this form: https://fs10.formsite.com/AOCS/AOCS_Volunteer/index.html

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