From challenges to solutions
Facing today’s societal and environmental challenges related to food and nutrition means urgently changing our habits and behaviors. While scientific institutions like EPFL have the education and research expertise, as well as the will to foster innovation, it still exists a gap between science and industry. The IFNC aims to bring together these two worlds, in compliance with EPFL’s three main missions: education, research and innovation.
Latest news from EPFL and abroad
The Reinventing Cities competition asked architects to find new uses for vacant and abandoned spaces in cities around the world. The results are an extraordinary example of what future cities could look like.
In a world where we produce enough food for everyone, 821 million people go to bed hungry every night. That’s one in nine people around the world that don’t have adequate access to nutritious food.
Video: Robocrop: the world’s first raspberry-picking robot set to work
Quivering and hesitant, like a spoon-wielding toddler trying to eat soup without spilling it, the world’s first raspberry-picking robot is attempting to harvest one of the fruits.
Read more in The Guardian.
Have you considered the effects of what you eat on the planet, and made changes that will protect not only the Earth but also your health and the well-being of generations to come?
Members of the European Parliament last week voted overwhelmingly in favor of banning the most commonplace single-use plastic items by 2021.
There is a growing number of startups tackling the portion of the supply chain between the farmers and the retailer.