Food always carries people’s desire towards a good quality of life. Regardless of the rapid development of technology or the evolution of society, it is closely associated with each one of us. The demand of food also represents changes in the industry development and lifestyles. In this free webinar of JU-WUR Future Food Online Forum, initiated by Jiangnan University in China and Wageningen University and Research, you will gain more insight in the future development of food with regard to preservation and the green supply chain.
This webinar took place on 11 June, 9:00 AM CEST. You can no longer register. Three more webinars will follow in the Future Food Cloud Series. For more information visit the Future Food Webinar Series item.
Why join this webinar?
This webinar is part of the Future Food Cloud Series Forum that consists of multiple webinars. The aim is to contribute to a better quality of life for more people and find answers together for global changes such as food supply, quality, safety and nutrition.
For whom is this webinar?
JU-WUR Future Food Online Forum aims to build a platform for both food scientists and professionals in the food industry to find answer together for global changes. Experts and scholars are invited to share the frontiers of future foods, with a focus on food technology innovation to jointly explore the future development of foods.
Outline and topics
The topics will be covered by experts and scholars in the field of future food research from Jiangnan University, Wageningen University and Research, as well as other well-known universities or research institutes.
|Quality driven fresh supply chain with interdisciplinary approach||Jan Verschoor Ph.D./Postharvest scientist & consultant, Wageningen University & Research|
|Current situation, new opportunities, and new challenges of cold chain logistics of agricultural products||Chongde Sun Ph.D./Professor, Zhejiang University|
|Postharvest engineering R&D: how does science connect to industry||Leo Lukasse Ph.D./Postharvest scientist, Wageningen University & Research|
|Low-temperature preservation technology R&D: Sea fish logistics||Jing Xie Ph.D./professor, Shanghai Ocean University|
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