Stakeholder Synergy Meeting
27 October 2021, 9.30 - 16.30 (Copenhagen)
FindingPheno held our first external event with this Stakeholder Synergy Meeting. In this invite-only event we brought together hand-picked professionals from research and industry to discuss the problems and barriers involved in sustainable food production. This proved to be an exciting event with a lot of discussion and audience interaction, laying the groundwork towards potential future collaborations.
Harnessing the Hologenome for our Sustainable Future - A World Microbiome Day Event
Thursday 24 June, 15.00 - 16.30 (CEST) - Virtual Webinar
From ecological questions to industrial applications, harnessing the power of microbiomes is becoming increasingly recognised for its potential in solving the world’s most challenging problems. In keeping with this year's World Microbiome Day theme of sustainability, four UCPH-led holo-projects bring you this webinar highlighting how research of both the microbiome and the host animal, insect or plant can be used to explain the world around us with a new lens. We have invited four leading researchers to tell us about their exciting research tackling these challenges and how the microbiome can contribute.
Hosted by the Centre for Evolutionary Hologenomics and co-organised by HoloFish, HoloFood, EHI & FindingPheno.
27 April 2021 (Virtual)
The FindingPheno project was presented at the Holofood Co-LAB industry event organised by Chr. Hansen. This virtual meeting brought together academic researchers and industry stakeholders to discuss the potential for hologenomic interventions in food production and aquaculture. Our project was presented in the general session to aprox 45 participants, with focus on how FindingPheno links to and differs from the Holofood Innovation Action.
19 April 2021 (Virtual)
FindingPheno was officially launched with a virtual Plenary Kick-Off Meeting involving all partners. A total of 24 participants took part consisting of consortium members , project management team and representatives from the European Commission. A number of talks and presentations were held introducing the partners, detailing project responsibilities, and highlighting opportunities from related projects.
Overall the KOM was a success, with many good ideas and discussions and an engaged and enthusiastic consortium. It was agreed to follow up in person as soon as possible, and in the meantime all partners continue with the many project activities already underway.