May 31st: Cultured Meat – Deep Dive

Events

Join a panel of experts as they deep dive into the topic of cultured meat.
The event is presented by the Swiss Food and Nutrition Valley – open to all.

June 9th: Entering the Smart Food Era

Events

Don’t miss it ! Swiss Food & Nutrition Valley will kick-off its Impact Platform on Food Systems 4.0 with a roundtable event that explores the opportunities and challenges in this promising field.

June 14th: InnoFood & co

Events

Organised by the Cluster Food & Nutrition, don’t miss the opportunity to participate in this annual meeting for the actors of the Swiss agri-food ecosystem.

June 15th: GDI Food Innovation Conference

Events

For the 2nd International Food Innovation Conference of the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute, ELSA-Mifroma Group (Migros Industrie) is pleased to support the promotion of young talents and offers 10 tickets for 10 students.

Interview – Prof. Alexandre Persat

Interview

Prof. Alexandre Persat leads a team interested in understanding how physical environment of the intestine affect microbiota composition.

Interview – Prof. Ardemis Boghossian

Interview

Prof. Ardemis Boghossian, the head of Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology, gives us a glimpse of her research work in relation with smart food packaging.

Swiss Accelerator – Call for projects

Opportunities

Swiss start-ups and SMEs can apply for direct financial support for innovation projects with significant innovation potential. Short applications may be submitted until 10 May 2022.

How to train harvesting robots ?

News

Raspberries are difficult fruit to harvest. They need to be picked by hand instead of machines.
But what if robots, equipped with advanced sensors, could lend a helping hand? Engineers at EPFL have set out to tackle this very challenge.

PepsiCo Graduate Program

Opportunities

Join the Dare to Do More Challenge to compete for one of several international graduate program positions to kickstart your career at PepsiCo by pitching your own creative idea to industry experts!

Connecting stress and weigh in early adolescence

News

Scientists at EPFL have found a biological connection explaining why there is a predisposition to develop obesity and being less sociable in individuals that have experienced stress during early puberty.