We are pleased to announce the publication of Faraday Discussion 158 on Soft Matter Approaches to Structured Foods.
In the volume you can find all the papers and exciting discussion from the conference held in Hof Van Wageningen, Netherlands in July 2012. Highlights include:
Soft matter approaches to structured foods: from “cook-and-look” to rational food design?
Critical laminar shear-temperature effects on the nano- and mesoscale structure of a model fat and its relationship to oil binding and rheological properties
Nuria C. Acevedo, Jane M. Block and Alejandro G. Marangoni
Arrested coalescence of viscoelastic droplets with internal microstructure
Amar B. Pawar, Marco Caggioni, Richard W. Hartel and Patrick T. Spicer
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Some recent ‘PCCP Perspective’ review articles in this area:
Water–protein dynamic coupling and new opportunities for probing it at low to physiological temperatures in aqueous solutions
Eugene Mamontov and Xiang-qiang Chu
How ionic liquids can help to stabilize native proteins
Hermann Weingärtner, Chiara Cabrele and Christian Herrmann
Langmuir polymer films: recent results and new perspectives
F. Monroy, L. R. Arriaga and D. Langevin
These recent PCCP themed issues may be of interest:
• Scattering methods applied to soft matter
• Single-molecule optical studies of soft and complex matter