Kick-off Workshop H-HEALTH

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Kick-off Workshop H-HEALTH

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Are you passionate about bringing change to the current food system and innovation at the intersection of soil, plant, human, and environmental health?Do you want to be involved in shaping the future of agritech and agrifood with:

• smart and digital applications

• regenerative farming practices

• improvement of food nutritional content

• discovery of plant medicinal compounds

• strengthening plant resilience

• microbial enhancement of soils

• … and even more!

Then join us at the first meeting of the H-HEALTH platform, addressing the connection between healthy soils, - plants, - food, - humans and - environment. Become part of our community of academic researchers, industry pioneers, start-ups and passionate individuals and start working on innovative ideas and a regenerative future, together.

Be part of the community on the 4th of February for an inspiring and interactive workshop to sit at the same table, to discuss innovative solutions, to generate ideas, to brainstorm, to network, to dream and start collaborations.

We are excited to see you there!

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Organizer University of Basel

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University of Basel

The University of Basel, Switzerland's oldest university founded in 1460, has deep roots in the economically powerful and culturally rich Basel region. In research, the university excels in life sciences, physics, nanoscience, computer science and bioengineering. The university works closely with domestic and international partners in academia but also industry to make relevant contributions to the advancement of the sciences and society and increasingly focuses on supporting innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Christian Elias Schneider, Head, Innovation, University of Basel;

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