As in previous years the Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food and Nutrition' and its member institutes will offer exciting insights into research and projects - adressing the following questions:
Try our hands-on experiments or support our research by completing a questionnaire about the role of digitalization on nutrition!
Visit our and the stands of our members between 5 and 12 pm in the atrium of the House of the Leibniz Society in Berlin (Chausseestraße 111).
We look forward to seeing you there!
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:
05. Juli 2019 | Halle (Saale)
Once again the Long Night of Sciences is taking place in Halle (Saale). The IAMO is inviting you to participate in an exciting programme with topics from the agricultural and nutritional sector. Besides multiple presentations and an information booth, old and young guests can expect a goose parade, drone flights and some tasty insect snacks to try on the IAMO grounds.
The Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food & Nutrition' will also be represented with a presentation.
"Meat-Fish-Flies- What will we eat tommorrow?"
When we eat, we ingest valuable proteins everyday. How this nutrient is associated with production, ecology and health will be explained by Vera Tekken from the Leibniz Research Alliance 'Food & Nutrition'.
Special Exhibition | Museum of Natural History Berlin
The special exhibition shows the marks humans are leaving in nature and asks: How do we want to treat our planet in the future? The exhibition showcases pictures of the American photgrapher J Henry Fair and as a part of the special exhibition, scientists are regularly present and avaliable for conversation. This includes scientists from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK).
Interview with our speaker Dr. Reiner Brunsch
Leibniz-Journal 4/2014 - topic: agriculture
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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