18.-19.

April

Berkeley, USA

Daily food supply for 9 billion people in 2050

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The Conference

Disruptive innovation, investments, regulation and urbanization characterize the radical change in food industry. To this end, we want to initiate a sociopolitical debate. 

In collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley and the Wageningen University.

 

Location:

Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 3
10178 Berlin

In collaboration with
Berkely
Wageningen

Program

From Speed-Evolution to Food-Revolution

As a result of increasing urbanization, an aging society and the implementation of sustainability ideas in all processes, the demands on our diet are radically changing.

Simultaneously, the high research investments for new food ideas alter the supply of food radically.

This global, socio-technological transformation process has to be accompanied by a public discourse in order to guarantee the acceptance and implementation of the research results. This is the only way to feed nine billion people sustainably in the future.

Please find the detailed program here.

Good Read

Our reading recommendations for you

16.12.2017

Food, Technologies and Politics in Berlin

I visited Berlin to participate in the Global Food Summit. Its purpose was to provide multiple perspectives on some of the current challenges facing agriculture, and technological and policy approaches to address them. The informal conversations about life and politics are as enriching as the formal lectures. I would like to share some of them here.
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David Zilberman

10.08.2017

Transplanting Edited Pig Organs Into Humans

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03.12.2015

Scientists Seek Moratorium on Edits to Inheritable Human Genome

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Nicholas Wade

Partners

Cooperation partners
ICABR
dkr
Sponsors
Evonik
bayer
Veripan
crustanova
epc
thinkstep
OSRAM
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