View from the Top: Jennie Brand-Miller, Professor, University of Sydney

01 Jun 2010 ---  Professor Jennie Brand-Miller is recognised for her work on carbohydrates and diabetes, particularly the glycaemic index of foods. An interview about low GI developments.

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Dairy prices rally in Q2 amid stable global markets, says Rabobank report

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Horlicks heating up: Coca-Cola, Kraft Heinz and Nestlé in battle for malted milk hot drink

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“Cultured” meats: FDA commissioners look to foster dialogue

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McDonald’s introduces paper straws in landmark move to eradicate single-use plastics

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