When: 28th September 2023
Where: Online & in person in Copenhagen, Denmark
Address: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Registration: Registration will open in March 2023
SIMBA is a Horizon 2020 funded project which aims to provide innovative microbiome solutions to improve European food security and nutrition, and help address key societal challenges.
The Final Symposium is the last event to be held as part of the SIMBA project and will take place on the 28th September 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark. It will celebrate the achievements of the project and explore the wider impact these results will have in Europe and beyond.
Taking place in hybrid format, the Final Symposium will present the final results from each of the project’s work packages through three key lenses: industry, science and policy. The sessions will feature presentations and panel discussions with both project partners and invited speakers.
The Final Symposium will also include networking opportunities for those attending in-person.
This event will be of interest to those working in the areas of food and nutrition security, terrestrial and aquatic microbiome research, seaweed cultivation, crop growth, food waste, sustainable management of natural resources and, climate change.
Registration is free and open to anyone who wishes to attend. Lunches and light refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
The agenda for the event will be made available soon.