Food For Thought
Food for Thought anecdotally shows issues for serious consideration related to food topics. Remarkable facts, major (invisible) problems in the work our researchers do and explicitly linked to the (research) questions we are working on in Utrecht
Project Oat - Utrecht Food Freedom and University Botanic Gardens
Restoring the old relationschip between the fortresses and the surrounding landscape.
We may soon be having mealworms for dinner
by Paul Jochems, researcher at Pharmacology, department of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the Utrecht University.
Flora Plant: plantaardige roomboter
BNR Newssradio interview with Jerry van Dijk, assistant professor of Restoration Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development and Research fellow at the Future Food hub of Utrecht University. (in Dutch)
Planetary Health: a recipe for resilience
This is how a team of food scientists in Utrecht want to turn homogenized landscapes into mosaics that breath and bustle with life, making our food chain resilient, one seed at a time.
‘Animal welfare and beyond’
by Franck Meijboom and Saskia Arndt - Department of Animals in Science and Society, Utrecht University.
‘Climate smart coffee’
by Marijke van Kuijk and Pita Verweij. They coordinate the Academy of Ecosystem Services (AES).
'Food addiction does not exist'
by Roger Adan, Professor of Molecular Pharmacology at the University Medical Center
'Shit hits the fan'
by Aletta Kraneveld, Professor Interdisciplinary translational pharmacology
'Life is not safe for food allergic patients'
by André Knulst, Professor Dermato – Allergology at the University Medical Center Utrecht
'Protecting our food against unwanted guests'
by Guido Van den Ackerveken, professor of Translational Plant & Microbial Biology, Utrecht Institute of Environmental Biology
'Structural barriers to a transition towards more ‘nature-inclusive’ dairy farming in the Netherlands'
by Hens Runhaar, is Associate Professor of Governance of Nature and Biodiversity at Utrecht University and Visiting Professor at Wageningen University and Research.
'Pesticiden bedreigen de biodiversiteit. Wat moeten we doen? inspired by Silent Spring-Rachel Carson'
by Jerry van Dijk, assistant professor of Restoration Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development and Research fellow at the Future Food hub of Utrecht University. (in Dutch)