3rd Webinar of COST ACTION CA 19124

INSIGHTS IN SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING

Darcle Nielsen

SPEAKER 1: Darcle Nielsen

Short Bio: After a few years in the rubber industry, Darcle has moved to the packaging world where she has spent the past 20 years. Initially, she helped consumers to carry large packs and brand owners to increase sales by developing multi -packs systems and applications which combined convenience and safety with minimal packaging. In the most recent years, she’s been supporting companies to protect, seal and deliver their products safely. Darcle has a background in chemical engineer with an MBA in international business and lives with her family in Italy. 

Contact Info:
Darcle Nielsen
Senior Business Development Manager
Selig Group
635-637 Ajax Avenue, Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Berkshire. SL1 4BH, UK
Phone +39 345 603 5755 | Mobile +39 345 603 5755 | Fax +44 1753 773111
Email dnielsen@seliggroup.com
www.SeligGroup.com

APPLICATION OF IN VITRO BIOASSAYS FOR PACKAGING SAFETY TESTING

Bernhard Rainer

SPEAKER 1: Bernhard Rainer

Short Bio: Bernhard Rainer is currently employed at the University of Applied Sciences FH Campus Wien as researcher/lecturer. His main field of expertise is the safety testing of packaging materials, in which he has experience for almost five years. His research group applies in vitro bioassays, such as the Ames Assay, to study genotoxic activity of different types of food contact materials. In addition, he works as a university instructor in the fields of chemistry and applied microbiology, where he holds lectures for both bachelor and master students. He was employed in the R&D department of an Austrian Biotech Company (Lactosan GmbH).

Contact Info:
Bernhard Rainer
Researcher/Lecturer
University of Applied Sciences FH Campus Wien
bernhard.rainer@fh-campuswien.ac.at
Phone: +43 1 606 68 77-3583

Date: 23 September 2021

Time: 15:00-16:00 (CET)

Venue: ZOOM WEBINAR

Chairs of Session:
FH-Prof. in Dr.in Victoria Krauter,
The Competence Center "Sustainable and Future Oriented Packaging Solutions``, FH Campus Wien, Austria

Dr. Ilke Uysal Unalan, 
Department of Food Science, Aarhus University, Denmark