|Date:||Wednesday 5 March|
|Time:||6 - 7.30pm|
|Location:||PLT, Physics Lecture Theatre|
|Cost:||Free, Please register|
|Summary:||A talk with fellows with a Q&A to follow|
Whether it is test-tube meat or organic vegetables, hyper-markets or food banks, there are major questions to be asked about the way we grow and distribute food. Will it keep us fed? Is it sustainable Is it healthy? Is it fair? And who on earth gets to decide?
The Warwick Global Research Priority group on Food and the Institute of Advanced Study have invited three distinguished visiting Fellows to discuss these questions. Professor Molly Jahn, Dr Jan Willem van der Schans and Patrick Mulvany all bring their long-standing international expertise and experience
of the food system, from science to policy and practice, to help stimulate answers.
Register to join them and hear the fellows each give a short talk on their vision for the future landscape of food, and have the oppotunity to ask your questions afterwards.