This Lightning Talk – learning from Japanese food – is part 3 of the Lunch Break Series “Future Foods” hosted by “Food of the Future – food4future” and “Futurium”.
Why do jellyfish, algae and old varieties belong on the plate? In a series of ten sessions, researchers will take you on a journey into the future. Through Lightning Talks they tell us about their research and their visions for the nutrition of the future.
In the session “Learning from Japanese Food”, Prof. Dr. Susanne Baldermann from the University of Bayreuth looks back to look ahead: What is so special about traditional Japanese cuisine? And why can it be a role model for a healthy diet in the future?
Important information about the learning from Japanese food event
Event language: German
Registration: not required
The event takes place online on Youtube. The following link takes you to the Futurium’s YouTube channel.
TO THE EVENT
“food4future – Nahrung der Zukunft” is a joint project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the “Agricultural Systems of the Future” funding line.
food4future develops innovative solutions in the food and agro sector for a healthy, sustainable diet of tomorrow. How can we provide future generations with enough healthy food? Are salt plants, macroalgae, crickets and jellyfish alternatives to traditional food sources? And how can we include urban space in food production?
The Futurium is a house of the future. Here everything revolves around the question: How do we want to live?
The Futurium is also a future museum, future laboratory and future forum. Under one roof in the heart of Berlin it houses an exhibition with lively scenarios, a hands-on laboratory to try out and an event forum as a place for interdisciplinary dialogue.