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Polyphenols Applications 2023 will introduce new insights from polyphenols research on September 28-29 in Malta

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Mitochondria-Microbiota Task Force

Polyphenols Applications 2023 will be held on June in Malta

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The 16th World Congress on Polyphenols Applications will be held on September 28-29, at Corinthia Palace Malta. This year’s fabulous lineup of internationally renowned speakers will present new findings and insights from research on polyphenols.


Polyphenols Applications 2023: Note from the President

Prof. Jan Frederik Stevens, President of Polyphenols Applications 2023, stated:

“Our scientific sessions include topics on the mechanistic effects of polyphenols in health and disease, on how polyphenols improve gut health, on the potential anti-aging effects of polyphenols, on the wound healing properties of polyphenols, on their protective properties against sunlight-induced skin damage, and on the reciprocal connection between polyphenols and the environment.

While our new conference topics emphasize the health-promoting properties of polyphenols, we will still discuss the more traditional aspects of polyphenols, including their chemical analysis in foods, novel natural and unusual sources of polyphenols, and the upcycling of industrial waste streams for the development of novel polyphenol-containing consumer products.”


What to Expect in Polyphenols Applications 2023?

  • Polyphenols in Health & Diseases: Mechanistic Aspects & Perspectives
  • Polyphenols & Microbiota – The Subtle Modulation
  • Senolytic Activity of Polyphenols – A Potential Anti-Aging Effect?
  • Marine Polyphenols – Therapeutic Potential & Applications
  • Polyphenols and the Environment: A Reciprocal Connection
  • Polyphenols & Food Research: The Most Recent Developments
  • Innovations & Where are We Headed?


Speakers of Polyphenols Applications 2023

Mattheos Koffas, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, School of Engineering, USA

The Latest Advances in the Biotechnological Production of Phenolic Compounds

Trust Beta, the University of Manitoba, Canada

Phenolic compounds, bioaccessibility and characterization in foods

Monica Jordheim, University of Bergen, Norway

Marine Polyphenols - Characterization and Applications

Jens Walter, University College Cork, Ireland

Rethinking Healthy Eating in Light of the Gut Microbiome

Marianne Nissen Lund, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Biological activities of phenol-amino acid adducts: Towards enhancing food quality

Cristian Del Bo', Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

Sustainability, Wild Berries Polyphenols & Vascular Function: The Trends

Naomi Okasabe, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan

Hormetic response to B-type procyanidin ingestion may involve stress-related neuromodulation via the gut–brain axis: Preclinical and Clinical Observations

Diana Roopchand, Rutgers University, USA

Polyphenols & Gut Microbiota: Interactions & Impact on Human Health

Daniel Ruiz Molina, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Catechol-based Nanostructures in Medicine

Laura Kresty, University of Michigan, USA

Cranberry Polyphenols Inhibit Esophageal Cancer Through Reshapeing the Microbiome-Metabolome Axis


Call for Abstracts & Innovations

Polyphenols Applications 2023 offers an outstanding opportunity for researchers to exchange new ideas for polyphenols research and applications, to build international research collaborations, and to expand one’s scientific network regardless of career stage.

The Scientific Committee of Polyphenols Applications 2023 is accepting innovations and abstracts. Submit your work to share your latest innovations with worldwide scientists, industrials, and polyphenols enthusiasts.

Submit an innovation or abstract.

Like last year, awards will be discerned to the best innovation, scientific contribution, short oral, and poster. Last year’s awards.


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