• How can microbiome innovations make it to the market without individual microbes and their interactions with each other having to be systematically defined?
  • Are there food safety risks associated with using microbiome products for animal feed or when growing vegetables for human consumption?
  • What do we need to know about microbiomes for them to be exploited in a way that supports the development of a future-proof food system?

These are key questions which microbiome experts will attempt to answer during a workshop that aims to connect experts from different microbiome sectors as well as non-experts whose work touch on the microbiome, such as regulators, policy makers and implementers. The aim is to consolidate the workshop outcomes into a white paper that provides a roadmap to bring microbiome innovations successfully to the market.

Does this sound like something you would be interested in? Join the discussions!

Where? Online via Zoom (you will receive the link to join one week ahead of the workshop upon registration).

When? On 16 and 17th November, 14-17.30 CET daily. (Convert to your time zone here !)

How? Register for free HERE.

Deadline: 6th November 2020.

For more information please also consult the preliminary agenda, the questions we have for you as a workshop participant and the background document.


MicrobiomeSupport Workshop 2019