Interpack 2021No.1 trade and packaging fair
New Food ConferenceEurope’s first and biggest conference on new-protein solutions
Disruptive protein technology and the market for sustainable food solutions are both growing at a mind-blowing pace. The New Food Conference is a unique, industry-oriented event that aims to accelerate and empower these innovative food technologies by bringing together key stakeholders. It is Europe’s first and biggest conference on new-protein solutions.
The "New Normal" – Behavior Shifts to Expect in a New "Low Touch" EconomyOnline Event of Founders Institute
The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated existing behavior shifts in how we live, work, buy, eat and interact with each other. Which ones are here to stay? How can we respond, reset and prepare for the “new normal” and build a resilient self and business? Join this event to find out.
• After The Crisis – what the post-COVID-19 world will look likeOnline Event of Founders Institute
Once the COVID-19 pandemic passes, the world we left behind will not be the same. Learn about what changes to expect from Future Thinkers Dr. Morgaine Gaye and Herman Gyr. In this live, interactive event participants will be able to ask questions and learn directly from these top experts.
Imagining the future of food with Virtual Reality: Spotlight on insect foods and algaeFutureKitchen webinar
Are you interested in food, technology, or education? This one-hour webinar is for you!
Towards a more sustainable food system in SwitzerlandOnline Workshop
This workshop is part of a series of online workshops by SDSN Switzerland and NRP 73 ‘Sustainable economy'. A sustainable food system includes the dimensions of health, environment and affordability by consumers. Results of the NRP 73 research project Impact of Swiss Food Consumption and Trade of Prof. Dr. Alexander Mathys suggest that strategies recommended by the Swiss Society for Nutrition would be associated with a 36% improvement in environmental performance, 33% less expenditure and a 2.7% improvement in health outcomes. Hence the question is: What are the most relevant influencing factors towards a more sustainable food system in Switzerland?
Ethical issues of robotics in agricultureWebinar agROBOfood
How do we democratize technologization in the sector? Which developments are necessary so that technological developments in the sector not only yield more productivity and quality, but also positive social and sustainable effects? The topics will be covered by experts in the field of ethics and responsible research and innovation from Wageningen University and Research.
Food for Thought 2020The science and politics of nutrition
How do we maintain a healthy diet? The question is simple, the answer is long, and one which many of us clearly get wrong. We know nutrition is one of the key drivers of chronic disease; yet there is great controversy as to what constitutes a healthy diet and how we should encourage individuals to eat well. The BMJ (The British Medical Journal) and Swiss Re Institute are partnering in this event to explore how nutrition can lead to better health outcomes and greater societal resilience against disease.