6 March 2023
Foods | Celebrating International Women's Day 2023

In a fair social community, women should have equal opportunities and be respected and included in diverse choices. With the 113th International Women's Day just around the corner, the star-studded world of science is seeing more female scientists emerge to lead their fellow researchers. We selected some high-quality papers and a relevant Special Issue from Foods (ISSN: 2304-8158) to share with you.

Papers about women:

Papers by female Editorial Board Members:

Special Issue about women:

"Women’s Special Issue Series: Food Science"
Submission Deadline: 16 June 2023
Special Issue information:

Dear Colleagues,

We are very proud to lead this Special Issue that aims to promote and support the contributions of women scientists in all areas related to foods, including the science, technology, engineering, innovation and development of new foods, among others.
Women scientists are leading ground-breaking research across the world and this Special Issue is intended to be a space where this research can be collected, highlighting the involvement of women in the development of our society and as role models for younger generations of women researchers who want to pursue their scientific careers and break the glass ceiling.
Regional, national and international programs are in place which promote gender equality in science, and we hope that this Special Issue series can contribute to achieving this aim.
All types of papers are welcome, including original research papers and review articles.
Although the purpose of this Special Issue is to promote and celebrate the achievements of women in science, no gender-specific restrictions will be imposed, and so we welcome submissions from all authors, irrespective of gender identity.

Special Issue Guest Editors

Prof. Dr. Juana Fernández-López
AgroFood Technology Department, Escuela Politécnica Superior de Orihuela, Miguel Hernández University, Orihuela, Spain
Interests: functional foods; dietary fiber; natural inhibitors; antioxidants; healthier meat products; essential oils; in vitro digestion

Prof. Dr. Susana Casal
REQUIMTE, Laboratory of Bromatology and Hydrology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, Rua de Jorge Viterbo Ferreira, 228, 4050-313 Porto, Portugal
Interests: analytical methods; food lipids; food technology; food authenticity; food safety; food waste

Dr. Joana S. Amaral
Department of Chemical and Biological Technology, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, 5300-399 Bragança, Portugal
Interests: food authenticity; bioactive compounds; essential oils; plant extracts; food chemistry

Prof. Dr. Katrina Campbell
Institute for Global Food Security, Queen's University, Belfast, 19 Chlorine Gardens, Belfast BT9 5DL, UK
Interests: food safety; food security and sustainability; aquaculture; feed and food; natural toxins; drug residues; antibiotics; chemical contaminants; climate change; (bio) analytical chemistry; biosensors; diagnostics; immunoassays; mass spectrometry


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