Gianluca Tognon
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 / Published in Epidemiology & Data science
artificial intelligence in the food sector
Artificial intelligence in the food sector: a real disruptor or just another hype? Artificial intelligence (AI) is having a huge impact on everyday life. Whilst some are slow to adopt the applications, recent advancements are delivering great benefits to many industries. One such sector is food processing. In the most part, the food sector is
Hannes Svanqvist
Thursday, 07 March 2019 / Published in Health coaching
Mindfulness cuts deep into our core beliefs about life and even changes our neural pathways in the brain A friend of mine who was asked to explain mindfulness and the why of it compared it with explaining the necessity to breathe. Mindfulness to him has become a state that is not constant, but certainly seems
Gianluca Tognon
Monday, 18 February 2019 / Published in Diet & Health
Even if you are hungry, food might not be what you need I’m sure it happened to you as well: you start the day singing a song which then gets stuck into your head. That’s what made me dance the whole way to the bus stop this morning while everyone else in the street was
Gianluca Tognon
Thursday, 10 January 2019 / Published in Epidemiology & Data science
Statistical analyses
Statistical analyses: are you sure you know what you are doing? I know, this post is unusual for me, since I tend to write a lot about diet and health. However, having worked for more than 10 years in the field of statistics and nutritional epidemiology, I have a lot of experience with statistical analyses

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