Our growing ability to engineer biology with automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data analytics is driving a biomanufacturing revolution.
This wide-ranging session looks at some of the most cutting-edge developments, from space ag’s push to enable long term space habitation and sustainability on Earth, to the fermentation advancements driving the wineries of the future, and new processing technology in dry fractionation for plant protein.
Brought to you by evokeAG Partner, The University of Adelaide, this workshop "Next gen: biomanufacturing for Earth, sustainability and space" was facilitated by Lieke van der Hulst, Executive Offer, Waite Research Institute and features four of the uni’s brightest minds.
We hope you enjoy these presentations from: Professor Rachel Burton, Head of the Food Science Department, Professor Vladimir Jiranek from the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Robert Falconer, a Professor of Bioprocess Engineering and Associate Professor Jenny Mortimer, an expert in Plant Synthetic Biology in the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine.
evokeAG 2023 examined how global agrifood innovation and tech intersect to drive change for our food, farmers, and the natural resources which sustain them.
Save the date for evokeAG 2024 on 20-21 February 2024 in Perth, Western Australia. In the meantime catch up on the other conversations about sustainability, climate resilience and the role of agtech in meeting those challenges from evokeAG 2023 here.