Oamk’s publication “Optimizing Power Management in Printed electronics
Smart Label System” was accepted by the scientific committee of the
Interdisciplinary Conference on Mechanics, Computers and Electrics (http://www.icmece.org) in Barcelona on
October. Our partners will be presenting the paper
online at the conference.
The goal of ICMECE 2022 is to gather
scientists, engineers, researchers, technicians and industrial representatives
to present the cutting-edge studies on Mechanical, Computer and Electrical
Systems and form an interdisciplinary academic forum to discuss the scientific
and engineering issues to arrive at more complete systems for the applications
of future world.
The latest news about the conference can be
followed from the website at
The Conference Proceedings will be delivered via
web-site just after the conference.
We hare happy to inform all of you
that a video demonstration of the Seafood-Age project pilot chain is available
on the Seafood-Age project’s YouTube channel:
The aim of this video is to
demonstrate the feasibility of all processes from the value chain (RTE seafood
meal+packaging+labelling). Thus, the video is focused on the production
chain, and laboratory
developments such as bioactives assessment and methods for controlling
traceability and security are not included.
Currently, the video is available in
English with subtitles in English, French and Spanish, in order to be
presented during activities that are taking place this week in France and
Spain. Subtitles in other languages of the project will
be available soon.
Our partners, the Portuguese Institute for the Sea and Atmosphere (IPMA) together with the Marine Research Institute (IIM-CSIC), have just published their first Open access paper in the framework of the project.
Abstract: Fish discards and by-products can be
transformed into high value-added products such as fish protein hydrolysates
(FPH) containing bioactive peptides. Protein hydrolysates were prepared from
different parts (whole fish, skin and head) of several discarded species of the
North-West Spain fishing fleet using Alcalase. All hydrolysates had moisture
and ash contents lower than 10% and 15%, respectively. The fat content of FPH
varied between 1.5% and 9.4% and had high protein content (69.8–76.6%). The
amino acids profiles of FPH are quite similar and the most abundant amino acids
were glutamic and aspartic acids. All FPH exhibited antioxidant activity and
those obtained from Atlantic horse mackerel heads presented the highest
2,2-diphenyl-1- icrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity, reducing
power and Cu2+ chelating activity. On the other hand, hydrolysates from gurnard
heads showed the highest ABTS radical scavenging activity and Fe2+ chelating
activity. In what concerns the _-amylase inhibitory activity, the IC50 values
recorded for FPH ranged between 5.70 and 84.37 mg/mL for blue whiting heads and
whole Atlantic horse mackerel, respectively. _-Glucosidase inhibitory activity
of FPH was relatively low but all FPH had high Angiotensin Converting Enzyme
(ACE) inhibitory activity. Considering the biological activities, these FPH are
potential natural additives for functional foods or nutraceuticals.
The SEAFOOD AGE team wishes you all the best for the New Year!
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