Food Innovation through Art and Technology April 6th, 11:00 - 11:30

Food Innovation through Art and Technology April 6th, 11:00 - 11:30


By purchasing a ticket to this workshop, you contribute to the Food Art Faces project development, support the food and art sustainability growth in your region.

Every purchased admission includes one pass to the workshop and a drink ticket.

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What is shaping and innovating the food branch? Through new products and technology penetration, new processes, new concepts, reduction of meat and higher involvement of regulation?

Would Flavour and Sensory be still in focus of food evaluation or is it only the nutrition that will matter? Can food be the medicine of the future?


We will talk about the key factors of food innovation & how creativity pushes the change and awareness for sustainable living.

Marie Persson is currently engaged in two projects, both focused on creating new types of dialogues between actors from different sectors and disciplines to find innovative solutions for a sustainable food future:

Art & Science Initiative is an organization bringing the exploratory nature of both art and science to new arenas. Nordic Food Policy Lab of the Nordic Council of Ministers disseminates and curates examples of Nordic food policy for health and sustainability.

Sarah Juhl Gregersen is a a researcher at SCR and founder and chairman at a series of NGOs working to support social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Her research and work have contributed to books. She holds great experience within the fields of ethical leadership, living organisations, biomimicry and innovation based on planetary opportunities and founded her first company on sustainability in 2006. Sarah was as program director & designer at Google's incubator “30weeks” that tested living system solutions at New York waste management and created several innovations.


Art & Science Initiative is a platform that brings the exploratory nature of both art and science to new arenas, creating knowledge from passion-driven interdisciplinary collisions and accelerating their implementation into real-world solutions.


The Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), is a non-profit, independent research institute specialising in sustainable development and environmental issues.