Электронная книга: Shuo Wang «Food Chemical Hazard Detection. Development and Application of New Technologies»

Food Chemical Hazard Detection. Development and Application of New Technologies

Food chemical safety remains a serious concern to the food industry. Risks such as adulteration, the existence of toxic and allergenic compounds in foods, and poor regulation of postharvest processing indicate that food chemical safety is not fully guaranteed. With the increasing trend of globalization in the import and export of food products, the importance of employing accurate and reliable analytical instruments to rapidly detect chemical hazards in foods has become paramount. In recent years, many new applications for using a range of analytical methods to detect food chemical hazards have emerged. Food Chemical Hazard Detection: Development and Application of New Technologies aims to cover the major developments and applications in this field. With a far-reaching scope, this book includes sections dedicated to chromatography tandem mass spectrometry, immunoassay, biophotonics, nanotechnology, biosensors and microfluidic based“lab-on-a-chip”. A team of expert authors from major academic institutions in the USA, Canada and China bring a wealth of research experiences to bear in this major new work, which will be required reading for anyone interested in food chemical hazards and their effective detection and intervention strategies. Food Chemical Hazard Detection: Development and Application of New Technologies is aimed at a diverse audience, including food safety testing laboratories, scientists and managers in the global food supply chain, academic institutions, governmental regulatory agencies and food safetytraining providers. Readers will receive not only the fundamentals about different detection techniques, but will also gain insights into the current and future applications of each technique.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781118488584

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Shuo Wang

Wang Shuo

Wang Shuo est un écrivain et scénariste chinois né en 1958 à Nankin.



Né en 1958 à Nankin, Wang Shuo est diplômé du Lycée N. 44 de Pékin en 1976. Il passe alors quatre années dans la Marine, apres quoi il travaille dans une pharmacie, et entame une série de petits boulots miteux, tout en commencant à écrire. En 1983, il quitte son travail et devient un écrivain indépendant à plein temps ; son premier livre intitulé "L'hotesse de l'Air" parait en 1984.

En 1997 il visite les États-Unis. La vingtaine de romans de Wang Shuo se sont vendus à plus de 10 millions d'exemplaires. Il a également écrit des séries télévisées, des scénarios pour le cinéma. Un de ses romans a engendré le film culte "Dans la chaleur du Soleil", réalisé par Jiang Wen. Apprécié des chinois pour ses descriptions des cotés obscurs de la nouvelle société chinoise, il n'a jamais vraiment quitté le contact avec la population chinoise moyenne.

Toutefois, ses créations sulfureuses ont par la suite été critiquées comme plus condescendantes a l'égard du régime.

Le seul film qu'il a réalisé pour l'instant est Baba qui a obtenu le Léopard d'or au Festival de Locarno.


  • Feu et glace
  • Dans la chaleur du Soleil (film)
  • L'hotesse de l'Air

Filmographie sélective en tant que scénariste

  • 1988 : Wan zhu de Jiashan Mi
  • 1994 : Yong shi wo ai de Xiaogang Feng
  • 2000 : Yi sheng tan xi de Xiaogang Feng
  • 2000 : Baba de Shuo Wang
  • 2003 : Wo ai ni de Yuan Zhang
  • 2006 : Meng xiang zhao jin xian shi de Jinglei Xu

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Liens externes

  • Portail de la littérature
  • Portail du cinéma
  • Portail de la réalisation audiovisuelle
  • Portail du monde chinois
Ce document provient de « Wang Shuo ».

Источник: Shuo Wang

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