Claire Berton-Carabin received the 2022 Promising Researcher award from INRAE.

Claire Berton-Carabin received the 2022 Promising Researcher award from INRAE.

Claire Berton-Carabin received the 2022 Promising Researcher award from INRAE.

Claire Berton-Carabin makes an important contribution as research director at the BIA (Biopolymers Interactions Assemblies) unit of the INRAE Pays de la Loire Research Center, focusing on the nutritional quality and sustainability of foods, and in particular on lipids and emulsions.

Each year, the INRAE Laurels honor the diversity of talent and career paths at INRAE. Philippe Gillet, President of INRAE's Scientific Council, awarded the "Promising Researcher award from INRAE" to Claire Berton-Carabin, Research Director in the Interfaces and Dispersed Systems team of the BIA unit.

Claire Berton-Carabin is interested in food emulsions, mixtures of two immiscible liquids, such as oil and water, which can be stabilized by a third ingredient, the emulsifier. To his credit, she has international experience and numerous collaborations. At her side, a team of experts in the field of vegetable proteins and lipids. Claire now focuses on the microstructure of these emulsions and their key components with the desire to do more and differently: stabilizing particles of plant origin or of solid nature and biosourced, fragmentation processes with low environmental impact ... Ambitious projects that combine health and sustainability have earned her the INRAE Lauriers award.

Discover his video portrait and his background on the INRAE website

Modification date : 11 September 2023 | Publication date : 30 November 2022 | Redactor : M Weber