Perceptions, Traditional Uses and Health Benefitsof Food Botanicals, Mushrooms, and Herbal Teas
On behalf of Prof. Renata Sõukand and Prof. Andrea Pieroni, the ERC-StG-2016 DiGe team and members of COST Action ConservePlants Working Group 4 (CA18201) we welcome each and every one to join
TWO DAY WORKSHOP on Special Issue “Plant Food-Medicines: Perceptions, Traditional Uses and Health Benefits of Food Botanicals, Mushrooms, and Herbal Teas”
on 24th (10:30 - 12:30 CET) and 25th (10:30 - 17:00 CET) of February.
What are we doing?
Exploring the potential of plants ingredients in culinary transformations to broaden our knowledge of healthy foods and "food-medicines" and develop the base material for two or more papers to submit to the Special Issue.
How are we doing it?
Roundtable and presentation of topics with Guest Editors
Teamwork on assigned topics:
- Trends between traditional food medicines and healthy foodsacross Countries
- Practices of re-inventing healthy foods across the world
- Cross-cultural analysis of public nutrition policies
- Defining healthy food across Countries
- Are you working on a research topic for this Special Issue? Let's do it together!
Who are we looking for?
Are you interested in plant food-medicines? The workshop is open to established and emergent academics as well as professionals (e.g. chefs and artists)!
More about the workshop please, see "Poster" below which at the end of the page also includes additional link regarding the workshop methodology.
Please, register and provide your research interest based on the workshop information here: https://forms.gle/pMaFwmibnwZK94Gy8 until 10th of February (2021) in order to receive the entrance link before the workshop and additional instructions.
Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali, Informatica e Statistica - Prof. Renata Sõukand