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Perspectives on transforming food systems

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The ISSP will host Faculty Affiliate Prof. Chibuike Udenigwe, to discuss the sustainability of global food systems.

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On Thursday, October 28, at 12:00 PM, the Institute for Science, Society and Policy will host Prof. Chibuike Udenigwe, Faculty Affiliate, ISSP and Full Professor, School of Nutrition Sciences, Faculty of Heath Sciences, uOttawa, to discuss the sustainability of global food systems. 

Several aspects of global food systems need to be more sustainable. Innovations in food science and technology are well positioned to address some of these challenges. But what are the barriers and how can we move forward?

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  • Prof. Chibuike Udenigwe, Faculty Affiliate, ISSP and Full Professor, School of Nutrition Sciences, Faculty of Heath Sciences, uOttawa

Welcome Remarks

  • Prof. Monica Gattinger, Director, ISSP, uOttawa and and Full Professor at the School of Political Studies, uOttawa

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  • Prof. Kelly Bronson, Core Member and Canada Research Chair in Science and Society at the ISSP, as well as Assistant Professor at the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, uOttawa

Closing Remarks

  • Marisa Beck, Research Director, ISSP, uOttawa

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