H Low Nicholas
University of Saskatchewan
Nicholas H Low is a Professor of Food Chemistry at University of Saskatchewan, Canada. His research group has been working in the area of food adulteration detection for more than 30 years. His group pioneered the field of oligosaccharide fingerprinting for the detection of debasing agents in fruit juices, honey, and both maple and agave syrups. These analytical methods are used by government regulatory agencies and industry throughout the world. Current research areas include the development of internal tracing methods to monitor foods from farm to fork; phenolic profiling for food authenticity; and the encapsulation of bioactive compounds for targeted delivery in human and animal systems.