The UN World Food Programme (WFP) Innovation Hub for Eastern Africa has partnered with DTU Skylab FoodLab among others to launch the Next Generation East African Innovators Programme. The new programme supports student innovators from East Africa to develop solutions that use food as a vehicle for change. DTU Skylab FoodLab, the food systems change laboratory, will play a core role in coordinating this new partnership.
The WFP Centre of Excellence against Hunger Brazil and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) are pleased to announce that they will be joining forces to create smart solutions to fight hunger and malnutrition, with WFP’s long-term experience in food security programs and DTU’s expertise in translating research into technical solutions for real-world problems.
DTU Skylab FoodLab is expanding and updating its facility to include a newly designed study area and a space for food product innovation and fermentation. The update will also include an outside area for prototyping and testing agro-food technologies. The construction of the expanded FoodLab facility has already started, and the new areas will be accessible by the end of this spring.
The DTU Skylab FoodLab is pleased to announce manager Roberto Flore's involvement in the Farm to Fork 2020 conference - Building sustainable food systems together.