The future is a state of mind, and it has a name: Bioeconomy. Today, we are where we would never have dreamed of being ten years ago: We produce edible proteins, from Co2, bacteria and energy, we produce lettuce in space or in polar ice, and we can use artificial intelligence to predict future flavors and thus sales markets.
So, are we at the dawn of a bioeconomic age? The Digital Global Food Summit on April 28 and 29 will discuss this question with politicians and start-ups, companies and scientists from all over the world. From Singapore to Bangladesh, Israel, the Netherlands and the USA. Start-ups can present themselves on our new live platform and join the discussion.
The Global Food Summit will take place digitally and broadcast live from the Wagner Salon at Theresienhöhe in Munich.