Event facts

  • Location: National Museum of Wales, Cathay Park, Cardiff CF10 3NP
  • Time: Wednesday 30 November 2016, 17:00–20:00
  • Presenter: The Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon Energy and Environment and the Royal Society of Biology.
  • Contact: Dr Penny Fletcher
  • More information: RSB Website

November 2016

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Come Dine with the Future

Leading experts will discuss how our food might change in the not so distant future…

This event has now finished, you can view videos of the speakers and panel discussion here

This special free event will explore food and its sustainability by challenging experts from food-related sectors, in research and industry, to present a menu they think we will be eating in 50 years' time. The panellists will each present a menu which they think is representative of the future availability and sustainability of our food, and highlight how current research and innovation in their sectors will shape our future choices.

Professor Achim Dobermann, Director of Rothamsted Research, the UK's largest and oldest agricultural research station, will review each menu before the chair invites the audience to take part in the discussion.

Attendees will then be invited to join the panellists for an informal drinks reception.

Click here to read a blog on food sharing by our panel chair Diane Fresquez.

Panellists

Chair - Diane Fresquez

Professor Katherine Denby - University of York
Professor Les Firbank - University of Leeds
Professor Helen Sang - Roslin Institute
Dr Grant Stentiford - Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science
Tom Webster - GrowUpUrban Farms, finalist of Radio 4's Future Food Award

Food security expert menu reviewer: Professor Achim Doberman - Rothamsted Research

Booking

This event is free and open to all but booking is essential. Click here to book your place through the RSB website

This event is a collaboration between the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE) and the Royal Society of Biology.