04. - 05.04.2019 | Berlin
Within the frame of the ‘Protein Paradoxes' Project there will be a 'Network Meeting’ from 4th - 5th April 2019. Based on our previous very successful workshops we will continue to work on interdisciplinary topics in the field of 'protein research of the future'. Therefore we want to invite especially PostDocs and young scientists of the research alliance partner institutes to the Ev. Bildungsstätte auf Schwanenwerder. Since the number of participants is limited, please register HERE until the 15th February 2019 . We look forward to very interesting exchange.
18. - 19.02.2019 | Wien
The 39th annual meeting is themed: Digitalization for farms in small-scale regions - a contradiction in terms?
27.02. - 01.03.2019 | Stuttgart
The "Congress Hidden Hunger" provides a platform for global interactions of members belonging to the scientific community, representatives from politics, government and the media as well as members of civil society organizations, advocacy groups and private and public sector bodies. The considerable and continuous feedback to the first three congresses convinced the organizers to host the 4th Congress Hidden Hunger with the title "Hidden hunger and the transformation of food systems: How to combat the double burden of malnutrition?".
26.06. - 28.06.2019 | Halle (Saale)
This year the topic will be "Small farms in transition: How to stimulate inclusive growth?".
The IAMO Forum 2019 focuses on the interlinkages between small farm development as well as agricultural and public policies. The drivers and consequences will be debated from a social sciences perspective, including economics, political sciences, sociology, anthropology and history. The submissions of papers addressing the following issues with a regional focus on Europe, Central Asia and China are welcomed:
07.05.2019 | Berlin
What does the future of our global food system look like?
How can we persevere our planet and feed nine billion people by 2050? What is the future of our global food system and what role does the consumer play? What does the future of agriculture look like? How can technology help to fuel change in the food market? By 2050 nine billion people will need to be nourished, in a preferably even, healthy and sustainable manner. The latter seems to be a mission impossible. The only conceivable solution to the food paradox of the 21st century is a radical change to the way we eat, produce food and govern global food systems - and these are the issues the World Food Convention 2019 aims to tackle.
Leibniz Research Alliance 'Sustainable Food Production and Healthy Nutrition'
Dr. Vera Tekken (Coordinator)
Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB)
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