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Future Food

SLU Future Food focuses on Swedish food production and food in a wide sense, both animal and vegetable products. Several aspects are covered, from soil use and primary production to processing, consumption and residual products.

There are 224 pages tagged with SLU Future Food:

Webinar: Salmon welfare

Webinar: Salmon welfare aquaculture@slu.se On 20 February, Djurskyddet Sverige launches the animal welfare guide for salmon, as part of the consumer guide "Handla Djurschysst". In connection with

Apply for funding from SLU Future Food(2)

SLU Future Food announces two calls for funding for researchers at SLU. There are two current calls: Seed funding for Food & Cities projects. Deadline for applications 14 April 2023 . Seed funding

Food & Cities Seed Funding Call

Researchers at SLU can now apply for seed funding from Food & Cities. The aim of the seed funding call is to support cross-disciplinary research that explores the systemic relations of food systems

Funded projects

Two projects were awarded seed funding as part of Food & Cities' first open call in the spring 2022 The two projects will develop cross- and transdisciplinary perspectives in relation to the thematic

Seed funding

futurefood@slu.se Apply for seed money Previously funded projects Here you will find information about current calls for seed funding from Food & Cities and information on how to apply. Read

Millets 2023

The United Nations has dedicated 2023 the International year of millets, to boost efforts in producing millets given their nutritional properties and resilience in adapting to climate change. SLU

Smart urban argiculture

A new report from SLU Future Food explores the development of smart urban agriculture in Sweden and analyses it in relation to high level policy agendas such as food policy, smart city and

Visualising the future

Visualising the future - with Garry Peterson (Stockholm Resilience Centre) and Susanna Barrineau (SLU) futurefood@slu.se Futures Lab webinar and discussion with Garry Peterson (Stockholm Resilience


The Interdisciplinary Academy is a newly established programme at SLU to promote and explore cross-disciplinary research at SLU.

Aureobasidium – an upcoming agricultural hero

Aureobasidium are black, yeast-like fungi. These microorganisms can provide ecological and safe strategies that might be adopted in agricultural production systems and food processing. In a new

Industrial PhD students develop sustainable food

During fall 2018, an industrial PhD program started at SLU with a focus on sustainable food production with eleven doctoral projects and nine companies. Now, the first student has defended his thesis

One Health Day

One Health Day futureonehealth@slu.se SLU Future One Health is a transdisciplinary platform that stimulates and supports SLU research within One Health. On 9 February 2023 we organise a One Health