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A Hands-On Guide to Brewing and Analyzing Beer in the Laboratory.

Beer would not exist without microbes. During fermentation, yeast cells convert cereal-derived sugars into ethanol and CO . Yeast also produces a wide array of aroma compounds that influence beer taste and aroma. The complex interaction between all these aroma compounds results in each beer having its own distinctive palette. This article contains all protocols needed to brew beer in a standard lab environment and focuses on the use of yeast in beer brewing. More specifically, it provides protocols for yeas...


Isomerization of Gibberellic Acid During the Brewing Process.

Gibberellic acid (GA3) was added to three types of beer barley, and the chemical changes to GA3 during the beer brewing process were studied using HPLC. The results demonstrated that the GA3 concentration decreased throughout the malting, mashing, and boiling processes and that no GA3 was detected in the congress wort. A new substance, herein called Substance A, was detected by HPLC analysis using a C18 column; this substance exhibited retention characteristics different from GA3. The concentration of Subst...

Technological influence on sensory stability and antioxidant activity of beers measured by ORAC and FRAP.

Many studies have confirmed a wide variation in phenolic content and antioxidant activity of beers. However, when commercial beers are studied, there is usually no information available on the brewing technology applied. In this study technological parameters were systematically varied to influence antioxidant content of beer with a view to improve flavor stability. High-throughput assays (FRAP and ORAC) were investigated as fast analytical methods to evaluate the influence of brewing technology on antioxid...


Health professions education: advancing geriatrics and gerontology competencies through Age- Friendly University (AFU) Principles.

This article elucidates opportunities for health professions education programs to make a mark in the Age Friendly University (AFU) initiative. Specifically, key approaches are introduced for health professions education programs based on the Age Friendly University Global Network initiative and the Academy for Gerontology/Geriatrics in Higher Education (AGHE) Program of Merit for Health Professions Programs. Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) that offer health professions education, have various options ...

Unravelling disposal benefits derived from underutilized brewing spent products in Tanzania.

The valorization of raw materials including grain barley, hops, and yeasts, consumption of natural resources like water and energy (heat and electric), use of fertilizers and/or organic substrates, and pesticides in brewing is a global concern. The disposal benefits associated with the spent grain, surplus hops, and surplus yeast is economically and environmentally unrecovered in Sub-Saharan Africa, in which Tanzania is also included. Literature synthesis showed that Tanzania is the 8th worldwide in brewing...

Improving Engagement with Biomechanics: Student Perspectives and A Professional Development Initiative.

Student engagement is an essential aspect of educational environments, and this is especially true for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines, where student engagement declines in middle and high school years. Techniques for bolstering student engagement, such as hands-on learning, may be especially effective in the field of biomechanics since this discipline is rooted in STEM and has fundamental applications to everyday movement. To this end, this paper describes 1) the percep...

Design of a student-led organizational partnership to host an annual statewide Science Olympiad K-12 outreach tournament.

Since fall 2015, the University of Virginia's (UVA) Engineering Student Council (ESC) has partnered with the nonprofit Virginia Science Olympiad (VASO) organization to host a Science Olympiad (SciOly) state tournament in Charlottesville, Virginia, each spring. This annual tournament brings over 2,000 middle and high school students, teachers, and parents to the UVA campus, and teams of 15-17 people from roughly 90 schools across Virginia participate in 46 different events (23 middle school, Division B; 23 h...

Stricto sensu postgraduate education in the Brazilian Federal District: the experience of the Higher School of Health Sciences (ESCS).

Stricto sensu postgraduate courses were regulated to enhance the training of university professors and researchers in order to attend the expansion of higher education and promote scientific research development. Today, Brazilian postgraduate programs transcend the academic limits, especially after the establishment of professional masters and doctorate programs.

Reasons and Barriers for University Students' Leisure-Time Physical Activity: Moderating Effect of Health Education.

This study aimed to investigate the relationship between health education and motives and barriers for university students' engagement in leisure-time physical activity (PA). The research sample included 709 students (312 females and 397 males) in different years of study, ranging in age between 18-25 years. A questionnaire survey method revealed a significant positive relationship between fitness and health motives and students' leisure-time PA. External barriers were negative predictors of students' leisu...

Small molecules enhance neurogenic differentiation of dental-derived adult stem cells.

Dental-derived stem cells originate from the embryonic neural crest, and exhibit high neurogenic potential. This study aimed to investigate whether a cocktail of eight small molecules (Valproic acid, CHIR99021, Repsox, Forskolin, SP600125, GO6983, Y-27632 and Dorsomorphin) can enhance the in vitro neurogenic differentiation of dental pulp stem cells (DPSCs), stem cells from apical papilla (SCAPs) and gingival mesenchymal stem cells (GMSCs), as a preliminary step towards clinical applications.

Despite Challenges: Nursing Student Persistence.

Seeking to improve nursing student retention in their small university, faculty conducted a literature review on attrition in nursing education and discovered it to be a significant global problem with nearly one third of qualified students discontinuing. Improved nursing student persistence could stem the growing worldwide nursing shortage. The existing research on retention indicates multi-faceted challenges and impacts but offers scant solutions or insight into student perspectives.

Fostering bioinformatics education through skill development of professors: Big Genomic Data Skills Training for Professors.

Bioinformatics has become an indispensable part of life science over the past 2 decades. However, bioinformatics education is not well integrated at the undergraduate level, especially in liberal arts colleges and regional universities in the United States. One significant obstacle pointed out by the Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education is the lack of faculty in the bioinformatics area. Most current life science professors did not acquire bioinformatics analysis skills during ...

Grape or grain but never the twain? A randomized controlled multiarm matched-triplet crossover trial of beer and wine.

Alcohol-induced hangover constitutes a significant, yet understudied, global hazard and a large socio-economic burden. Old folk wisdoms such as "Beer before wine and you'll feel fine; wine before beer and you'll feel queer" exist in many languages. However, whether these concepts in fact reduce hangover severity is unclear.

Charting a future for Canada's first Age-Friendly University (AFU).

Situated within a Canadian context, but with implications for a broad range of institutional settings, this paper describes the events that preceded the adoption of the Age-Friendly University (AFU) framework at the University of Manitoba (U of M), as well as the specific strategies being employed within the university to assess and encourage age-friendliness. These include: a) the university's Centre on Aging and its mandate to foster interdisciplinary age-related research and community dialogue, b) the cr...

Curricular innovation and emergency management in higher education: Making the general education connection.

As a distributed function, emergency management in higher education must involve students from outside the field. An introductory emergency management course was redesigned to be attractive and visible to nonmajors via approval for inclusion in the university's core general education curriculum.

Bourdieu, networks, and movements: Using the concepts of habitus, field and capital to understand a network analysis of gender differences in undergraduate physics.

Current trends suggest that significant gender disparities exist within Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education at university, with female students being underrepresented in physics, but more equally represented in life sciences (e.g., biology, medicine). To understand these trends, it is important to consider the context in which students make decisions about which university courses to enrol in. The current study seeks to investigate gender differences in STEM through a unique a...

Differentiation Capacity of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells into Keratocyte Lineage.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been extensively studied for their capacity to enhance wound healing and represent a promising research field for generating cell therapies for corneal scars. In the present study, we investigated MSCs from different tissues and their potential to differentiate toward corneal keratocytes.

Partnering to Develop Online Teaching Skills for Master of Science in Nursing Education Students.

The continued growth of online programs in nursing education creates a demand for faculty who are familiar with the best practices in online pedagogy. However, the opportunity to become familiar with, and then apply, these best practices is often not available to students enrolled in Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) nursing education programs.

A Review of Hot Beverage Temperatures-Satisfying Consumer Preference and Safety.

Hot beverages are served ubiquitously in the food-service industry as well as at residences and other venues. Coffee and tea beverages, in particular, are brewed at temperatures that are sufficiently high to cause immediate and serious risk for scald injuries. On the other hand, numerous research studies have been performed to identify the preferred consumption temperatures for hot beverages. The outcome of these mutually reinforcing studies is that the preferred drinking temperatures are significantly belo...

Characterization of Key Aroma Compounds in Pellets of Different Hop Varieties (Humulus Lupulus L.) by Means of the Sensomics Approach.

The use of hops in beer brewing is mainly based on its content of bitter acids and aroma compounds. Due to the loss of volatile odorants during wort boiling, the so-called dry hopping is a possibility to intensify the hoppy aroma in the final beer. To clarify the potential of different hop varieties for aroma modulation of beer via dry hopping, key aroma compounds of three different hop varieties were characterized using the sensomics approach. Aroma extract dilution analysis (AEDA) revealed 41 aroma-active...

Secular trends in body height, body weight, BMI and fat percentage in Polish university students in a period of 50 years.

The aim of the study was to determine changes in the magnitude and direction of secular trends in body height, body weight, body mass index (BMI) and fat percentage in university students from a university of technology and a university of physical education in a period of 50 years.

Unpaid work and access to science professions.

Unpaid work in the sciences is advocated as an entry route into scientific careers. We compared the success of UK science graduates who took paid or unpaid work six-months after graduation in obtaining a high salary or working in a STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics) field 3.5 years later. Initially taking unpaid work was associated with lower earnings and lower persistence in STEM compared with paid work, but those using personal connections to obtain unpaid positions were as likely to p...

Growing STEM: Perceived faculty mindset as an indicator of communal affordances in STEM.

As students explore science and engineering fields, they receive messages about what competencies are required in a particular field, as well as whether they can reach their goals by entering the field. Faculty members convey information both about whether students might have the ability to succeed in a particular field and also whether students might want to succeed in a particular field-is this career one that serves the values or goals of the student? We hypothesize a novel pathway through which growth v...

Not Just Another Pint! The Role of Emotion Induced by Music on the Consumer's Tasting Experience.

We introduce a novel methodology to assess the influence of the emotion induced by listening to music on the consumer's multisensory tasting experience. These crossmodal effects were analyzed when two contrasting music tracks (positive vs negative emotion) were presented to consumers while tasting beer. The results suggest that the emotional reactions triggered by the music influenced specific aspects of the multisensory tasting experience. Participants liked the beer more, and rated it as tasting sweeter, ...

Breaking Down Silos Working Meeting: An Approach to Fostering Cross-Disciplinary STEM-DBER Collaborations through Working Meetings.

There has been a recent push for greater collaboration across the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in discipline-based education research (DBER). The DBER fields are unique in that they require a deep understanding of both disciplinary content and educational research. DBER scholars are generally trained and hold professional positions in discipline-specific departments. The professional societies with which DBER scholars are most closely aligned are also often discipline spec...


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