European Nutraceutical Association

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European Nutraceutical Association

The European Nutraceutical Association (ENA) is an association devoted to providing a scientific platform for nutraceuticals. Nutraceuticals are nutritional products which have effects that are relevant to health. In contrast to pharmaceuticals however, these are not synthetic substances or chemical compounds formulated for specific indications. These are products that contain nutrients (partly in concentrated form) and are assigned to the category of food. It focuses on two aspects including the latest information on hot topics of Nutraceutical research. The Managing committee of NSSI has been formed with members from several universities (at Varanasi, Chandigarh, Goa and Delhi) and national institutions (BARC, TIFR, IITM, and UGC-DAE-CSR) representing various users and the spectrum of neutron scattering activities. At present NSSI consists of about 120 members from universities and institutions spread all over the country. Two members of NSSI are in the executive committee of the Asia-Oceania Neutron Scattering Association (AONSA). A National Facility for Neutron Beam Research (NFNBR) has been operating for more than two decades at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre for basic and applied research in condensed matter science. The present-day facilities include, single-crystal and powder diffractometers, polarization analysis spectrometer, Hi-Q diffractometer, triple-axis & filter-detector spectrometers, quasi-elastic scattering spectrometer (all installed in the reactor hall), and two small-angle scattering instruments, and reflectometer (in the guide-tube laboratory). An instrument for residual stress analysis is under development. The National Facility is regularly utilized in collaboration with about 200 users from various universities.

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