Harnessing eBeam Technology for Cleaning, Healing, Feeding, and Shaping this World and Beyond To improve the quality of life of humans on earth as well as provide solutions to enable manned and unmanned long-duration space missions.
The National Center for Electron Beam Research (NCEBR) at Texas A&M University, is an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Collaborating Centre for Electron Beam Applications in Food, Health, and Environmental Applications
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The Hot-Fill/High-Acid Processing line located in the E-beam. Key research and teaching mission of the Hot-Fill/High-Acid Processing Line include high impact learning for scaled food processing, system modeling, outreach and extension and entrepreneurship.
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Supports practical benchtop training for students in product formulations, food processing and new product development.
This teaching and research laboratory provides training in advanced food analysis and compliments our existing research labs.
Provides an unparalleled opportunity for food science and technology undergraduate and graduate students to obtain hands-on experiential learning on food processing technologies. The students who are hired as student researchers at the Space Food Research Facility (SFRF) work closely with NASA and its contractor (KBR) to prepare foods for the US astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS). The students’ primary focus is to assist NASA in preparing thermostabilized foods for the ISS.