Food and Applied Bioscience Journal

Food and Applied Bioscience Journal is the official publication of the Faculty of AgroIndustry, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
The journal quarterly publishes peer-reviewed review article, research, short communication, notes and comments. The journal is devoted a platform for fundamental and applied research findings for researchers from universities, research institutions, and industries to publish quality original papers in all branches of food science and technology and applied bioscience. It aims to be a leading national and international journal for the multidisciplinary agro-industrial (food and non-food) research community. The journal is bilingual and welcome for both in English and Thai manuscripts.

Publication frequencyThree times a year
(1st issue January-April, 2nd issue May-August and 3rd issue September-December). 

Food and Applied Bioscience Journal

Indexed in tci



Conferences / Workshops / Seminars: The International Conference on Food and Applied Bioscience 2018

Faculty of Agro-Industry, Chiang Mai University, is pleased to present the third biennial Food and Applied Bioscience International Conference, taking place at Chiangmai Grandview Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand, on 1-2 February  2018.   
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Vol 5, No 3 (2017): September - December

Table of Contents


Process Optimization and Properties of Crude Gelatin Extracted from Tannery Bovine Hide pdf
Natchanok Talapphet, Trakul Prommajak, Patcharin Raviyan 132-148
Occurrence of Fungi Species in Some Fisheries Products from Retail Markets in Lagos, Nigeria pdf
Olaitan Olajuyigbe, Esther Amusan, Kafayat Yusuf 149-154
Nanoemulsion Production by Simple and Low Energy Method pdf
Suwimon Ariyaprakai 155-164
Bioremoval of Heavy Metals from a Nigerian Brewery Wastewater by Bacterial Application pdf
Avemaria Obasi, Ogochukwu Agwu 165-175
Calcium from Pacific white shrimp (Litopeneaus vannamei) shells: Properties and function as fortificant in soy milk pdf
Saranya Dechapinan, Kunchit Judprasong, Nattira On-nom, Nattapol Tangsuphoom 176-195