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Student Wins International Poster Competition

Hazila Khalid, an NDSU doctoral candidate in cereal science, won the Poster Presentation Competition Award for best poster at the 15th International Cereal and Bread Congress held in Istanbul, Turkey, April 18-21. The title of Khalid’s poster is “Impact of Bran Components on the Quality of Whole Wheat Bread.”

More than 200 posters were presented by graduate students in the competition. Judges were appointed from among the professional and industry participants. After the submitted posters were rated, the best three posters were awarded a monetary prize.

Khalid’s project focused on whole-wheat milling and bread quality, bran components and genotype by environment effect on whole wheat bread quality. Her adviser is Senay Simsek, associate professor in wheat end-use quality.

The congress, which is held every four years, was organized by the International Association for Cereal Science and Technology. The event hosted 440 participants from 50 countries, including researchers, students, manufacturers, policy makers and representatives from regulatory bodies, as well as experts in food production, grain/crop breeding and growing, storage, milling, baking and food processing.

Source: NDSU News


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