WEDNESDAY 7 NOVEMBER
EXPERIENCE TOURS – MEET THE EXPERTS!
Stretch your legs and discover all the research facilities at Wageningen Campus! We will take you on a surprising tour in which the latest developments and innovations of the WUR will be brought to light.
1.The Future of food
Sustainable innovations in health food, fresh food chains and bio based products and the shelf life of fresh food products
Location: Food Hall and Phenomea (building no. 118 and 125)
These facilities researches sustainable innovations and the shelf life of fresh food products and the possibilities for the use of robots in the agri-food sector.
- Mild preservation of food products – High pressure processing
- Shear cell technology produces a new generation of meat substitutes
- Surface decontamination of food and packaging – Low thermal plasma
- Mild preservation of food products – Pulsed electric field processing
- Looking inside materials using X-ray computer tomography
- Robotics lab
- Quality and assessment lab
- Sustainable packaging lab
2. The technology challenges for future farming
Robotics, Phenomics & Automation
Location: Unifarm (building no. 109)
The place to be for experiments with plants. Unifarm facilitates and supervises the cultivation part of plant and crop research. They combine a practical approach, technical knowledge, and service attitude to professionally guide experiments at a competitive price.
3. Soil, water and climate challenges of the future
Soil the basic of grow and climate smart
Location: ISRIC World soil museum, Gaia (building no. 101)
The World Soil Museum is the only museum with a collection of soil profiles that covers the entire globe. There are thousands of soil profiles originating from about eighty countries from all parts of the world.
The quality of the soil determines the rate at which land use changes occur. Also, soil organisms play an important role in the development of soil structure, water storage capacity, composition of aboveground biodiversity, and success of pest control in agriculture, forestry and horticulture. Degradation of the soil physic-chemical environment, and loss of soil biodiversity may reduce the production capacity of soil, with possible side effects on atmospheric composition, climate regulation, water storage, food production, and nature conservation.
4. Feed for the future
Circularity and development and maintenance of high quality animal care and housing facility of animals
Location: Zodiac and Carus (building no. 122 and 120)
Building Orion (number 2050)
Bronland 1, 6708 WH Wageningen
Global Future Farming Summit
€ 895,- including lunch, excluding V.A.T.
Global Future Farming Summit & experience tour
€ 1495,- including lunch, excluding V.A.T.
Please note it is not possible to only join the experience tour
WHO CAN ATTEND THE EXPERIENCE TOUR
This programme is designed for attendees of the Global Future Farming Summit. This includes CEO’s, directors, managers and business developers who work in the agricultural of horticultural industry. The experience will host a maximum of 60 persons. The tour can only be booked in combination with the summit. It is not possible to only join the experience tour. The programme is held in English and participants are expected to have full English proficiency.