Experience the world class research output in Food Science, Processing and Technology to Primary Care from all over the Globe focused on learning/think about Food Science and Nutrition. This is the best chance to outreach the biggest social meeting of Food researchers around the globe, Oral Presentation to posters, and workshops about the Recent Progress and Future Outlook at Food Science & Technology, gets name acknowledgment at this 3-day conference.
Good health starts with safe food and the latest innovations for preventing contamination are explored at the annual CIFSQ Conference. Each year up to 1,000 delegates including 140 speakers from 30 nations attend to address common challenges facing the industry such as anti microbial resistance, food fraud, next generation sequencing, etc..
Plug band Play Food is teaming up with the Cultured Meat Symposium to host a meetup focused on Alternative Proteins and the Future of Food.
We will have Alternative Protein Startups presenting along with a keynote speaker presenting food trends and why Alternative Proteins are headlining the future of food
The Virtual Summit on AgTech is an entirely online conference focused on expanding access to trends and issues in agriculture and technology. It is hosted by the Center for Private Equity and Venture Capital at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
The FIA Food for the Future Summit will bring together regional CEOs and senior executives from multinational and Asia-based food companies, entrepreneurs and innovators, leaders in government and experts from NGOs and academia.
The International Food Policy Research Institute’s 2016 Global Food Policy Report examines major food policy developments and events over the past 12 months and looks at the key challenges and opportunities for the upcoming year.
It's food-first for Snap Kitchen, an Austin, Texas-based startup, which is offering consumers food to satisfy a range of diets, but the startup's technology offering is gathering pace, co-founder and president Martin Berson tells AgFunderNews.
AgFunderNews recently had the opportunity to ask Professor Zhang of Virginia Tech's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and College of Engineering five questions about his research into turning cellulose into edible starches and biofuel.