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RICHFIELDS RESEARCH & ACTIVITIES

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European Food Information Council (EUFIC)

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EuroFIR

Methodological Support and Data Platform Design

University of Surrey

608, 2018

RICHFIELDS Video: three years in review

Is it possible to increase the sustainability of food production while getting people to eat more healthy diets? After three years of in-depth research into how to collect and share information about consumers' health and [...]

308, 2018
  • Richfield Final Conference 2018 - September 18th at Square Brussels Meeting Centre

RICHFIELDS Final Conference 2018

Richfields final conference will take place on 18 September 2018 at Square (Rue Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels) at 9.30 and will open with a session chaired by Peter M. Abuja from the Medical University [...]

2905, 2018

Workshop: Future Directions for Research Infrastructures for Food, Nutrition & Health

The department of Nutrition at University of Oslo hosted an international workshop to explore future directions for Research Infrastructures for Food, Nutrition & Health (FNR-RI) in Norway and Europe. The presentations used can be downloaded by the following [...]

2205, 2018

Blog post: Healthy food and a sustainable food system: two sides of the coin

drs. Thom Achterbosch,Senior Researcher, Wageningen University & Research How to stimulate large groups of people to make healthier and more sustainable food choices? As a scientist, I find this question intriguing. The focus [...]

1302, 2018

Event: Naukas September 2017 (Spanish)

Javier de la Cueva, Professor, University of Madrid On the 15th of September 2017, RICHFIELDS partner, Javier de la Cueva introduced  Horizon 2020 framework and the  Richfields project at Naukas. The event was [...]

802, 2018

Blog post: More room needed to develop viable products step by step

Drs. Hennie van der Veen, DLO Researcher,Wageningen University & Research The first text processor that I worked with has barely anything in common with those of today. You could type, edit and delete [...]