11.12.2018 | Leibniz-Alliance "Food & Nutrition". We are glad to welcome the Leibniz-Institute for High Performance Microelectronics (Frankfurt, Oder) in our Research Alliance.The IHP is member of the Leibniz Association and performs research and development in the fields of silicon-based systems, highest-frequency integrated circuits, and technologies for wireless and broadband communication. The focus of research at the institute is oriented towards issues relevant for business, resulting in applications for telecommunications, semiconductor and automotive industries, aerospace, telemedicine, and automation technologies.
26.11.2018 | ATB. The growing world population is causing a high demand of protein sources for human nutrition and feed. One alternative protein source is the black soldier fly larvae, which suitability as fish meal replacement is discussed in this scientific paper.
23. + 24.10.2018 | Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BLE). This two-day event is a meeting point for experts from various backgrounds within the agricultural and food sector. 112 seminars are held to present results of the latest research projects in the field of animal husbandry, food security, plant production and human health protection.
06.09.2018 | DLF
5. - 6. 09.2018 | University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
Keynote lecture by Prof. Dr. Hermann Lotze-Campen (PIK) on 'Agricultural emission reduction and climate change adaptation in the context of the 'Sustainable Development Goals'
Panel discussion with Prof. Dr. Frank A. Ewert (ZALF) on 'German perspectives on Food 2030 within Horizon Europe'
14.09.2018 | House of the Leibniz-Association Berlin
The development of future-complaint and sustainable intensification strategies is one of the biggest challenges in inter- and transdisziplinary research. more information
July 2018 | BMEL. The latest edition of forschungsfelder is dealing with health issues of humans, live stock and our environment. Due to our connected and globalized world health is becoming one central topic: It's One Health. That's why this magazine is not only talking about aluminium salt in deodorants, but also about the worldwide supply with drinking-water. Curious? more information
22.06.2018 | FBN. Within the project "Proteinparadoxa" of our Leibniz Research Alliance an interesting workshop about the future of protein production took place at the FBN in Dummerstorf. more information
01.06.2018 | DIFE. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research will subsidize the regional (Berlin/Brandenburg) competence cluster: Nutritional Intervention for Healthy Aging: Food Patterns, Behavior, and Products (established in 2015) for another three years. more information
Here the TrenntMagazin No. 15 is served! The world population will grow to 10 Billion people until 2050. How will we fed everyone? Curious? more information.
On the 26th of June 2018 the World Food Convention 2018 was held in Berlin hosted by `Der Tagesspiegel´. 500 decision makers from politics, industry, diplomacy, NGOs as well as science and academia discussed the most burning issues of global food production and distribution. more information
15.02.2018 | Ernährungsumschau. The "Proteinparadoxa" was discussed further during a scientific conference at the German Institute of Human Nutrition (DIfE). more information
On Thursday 18th of January 2018, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm our scientists together with further experts discussed crucial challenges and opportunities as well as innovative options and imperative needs for a future-proof and sustainable feed production at the 10. Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) held at the CityCube Berlin. Our topic: 'Feed for Life! Alternatives in the Feeding Sector'.
LRA FN's very first Small Stakeholder Meeting (SSM) took place on the 7th of September 2017 parallel to the international insect-venue INSECTA. The platform, provided by LRA FN's joint project 'Protein Paradoxes', presented scientists, politicians and representatives of the industrial sector with the opportunity for exchange and networking.
In December 2016 the Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food and Nutrition' began the project Protein Paradoxes: Protein supply under the conditions of climate change – production, consumption and human health. The undertaking is funded by the Leibniz Association and investigates possible protein supply strategies for future generations facing climate change, as well as a rapidly growing world population.