eco-efficient bio-processes and renewable biological resources to create new value chains. These innovations are enabled by unprecedented advances in biotechnology offering new technological solutions for sustainable agricultural development and the production of food, feed, fiber, energy and improved health care from renewable biomass or underutilized biological resources.
The 2017 IIBN Forum brought together experts in the area of biotechnology who addressed the industrial chain from innovation to the market side. The focus is to promote value creation beyond food production to support sustainable development in Africa and other developing countries.
Published on 29 Sep 2013. Science Forum 2013. Plenary session: Evaluating nutrition and health outcomes of agriculture, Matin Qaim, University of Gottingen, main presentation: “How to Evaluate Nutrition and Health Impacts of Agricultural Innovations”.
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