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Engineering and Agro-Food Processing

Engineering and Agro-Food Processing

It carries out activities in the field of biosystems engineering, agroindustrial and food processing, especially of fruit and vegetables, cereals and olives, for the sustainable management of the agro-ecosystems, agricultural, agro-food and agro-industrial sectors.

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Al CREA Giornata Dimostrativa del Progetto MeNTAL

Il 6 giugno presso il CREA-Centro di ricerca Ingegneria e Trasformazioni agroalimentari di Treviglio avrà luogo la giornata dimostrativa del Progetto MeNTAL

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Biodiversità del Pomodoro: dal miglioramento genetico varietà più resistenti ai patogeni, ai cambiamenti climatici e più ricche di vitamina C

Il CREA partner di uno studio internazionale pubblicato sulla rivista “Horticulture Research” del gruppo Nature.

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Il CREA a "GEO": prospettive e sviluppo dell'agricoltura robotizzata

Paolo Menesatti, direttore del CREA Ingegneria e Trasformazioni Agroalimentari, ospite del programma "GEO", in onda su Rai Tre, parla delle opportunità offerte dallo sviluppo dell'agricoltura robotizzata che coniuga una tecnologia combinata di meccanica, elettronica, informatica e sensoristica, con un mercato potenziale di 30 miliardi di dollari nei prossimi 3-5 anni.

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Oct 2020

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2° EVENTO TELEMATICO DI ANIMAZIONE E COINVOLGIMENTO DEL PROGETTO ‘SOUL’

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Director of the Center

Paolo Menesatti

Direttore

ORCID: 0000-0001-8225-1724
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0690675243

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The Three-Year Research Plan 2018-2020

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The Three-Year Research Plan 2018-2020

CREA's three-year activities plan contains the ten-year strategic vision and operational planning of both the Body in general and the individual Research Centres in particular and is updated annually.

It is prepared by the Scientific Council, adopted by the Board of Directors and approved by the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Tourism.

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ENGINEERING AND AGRO-FOOD PROCESSING

The history of the center

The Research Centre for Engineering and Agro-Food Processing was established as part of the CREA reorganization in May 2017, through the aggregation of 6 territorial structures: Monterotondo (RM), Treviglio (BG), Rome (Inviolatella), Milan, Turin and Pescara.

The offices in Monterotondo and Treviglio, formerly Agriculture Mechanization Experimental Institute and then transformed into the Agricultural Engineering Research Unit in 1999, mainly deal with agricultural engineering. The Rome-Inviolatella site, with competences on different quality aspects of cereal production, including agronomic yield,  phytopathological, health and safety-related issues (mycotoxins) and, in particular, on technological process and quality of cereals, derives from the Experimental Institute for Cereal Research (ISC - 1967), even before the National Institute of Genetics for Cereal Crops in Rome founded in 1919 by Nazareno Strampelli.

The structure of Milan, with main skills in the transformation and conservation of fruit and vegetables, originates from the Research Unit for the processes of the agro-food industry deriving from the Experimental Institute for Agricultural Products Technologies originated in 1967, former Experimental Station of Refrigeration founded in 1919.

The Pescara office, which deals with the evaluation of the oil and table olives, originates from the Research Center for Olive Growing and Olive Oil Industry, formerly Experimental Institute for Olive Oil Technology since 1968 and Royal Experimental Station for Olive Growing and Oil Mill since 1931.

The Turin office was born as a peripheral research group in 2004 of the Research Center for the Soil-Plant System by the previous organization.