A lot of innovation is going on in food tech, making food cheaper, more nutritious, better tasting and with less emissions during production. Here you'll find articles about AI, sensors and IoT, big data, digital biology, precision farming, cell-grown meat, GMO and automation.
A new study has found that fish living in bleached coral reefs can remain sources rich in micronutrients. This provides hope for coastal communities that rely on coral reefs for food.
From a farm in Swedish Småland to fish cultivation in Indonesia. Mattias Djurstedt is 23 years old but has already been on a fantastic adventure. The driving force is personal development and creating impact by commercializing a new sustainable technology for fish farming.
3D-printed food could bring back the joy of eating for older people, which is associated with health benefits and an improved quality of life in general.
A new calculation model can predict how many berries there are in different parts of the forest.
In Africa, there's an urge to grow organic crops. Simultaneously, improperly disposed urine contaminates the soil and drinking water. Innovative researchers have come up with Liquid Gold, a solution to both issues.
As part of efforts to improve efficiency and production, Zimbabwe has adopted Smart Health and Smart Agriculture respectively.
Professor Patricia Harvey from the University of Greenwich is suggesting a new way of tackling food shortages – a diet called Ocean Flexitarianism.
Fish raised on insect feed have a much lower environmental impact than fish that have received traditional fish-based feed.