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Argonne OutLoud: Science and the Future of Food

For millennia, food has been one of life’s simpler and necessary pleasures.

In our modern age, food has become increasingly complex – from farmers seeking new ways to feed a growing global population under fluctuating environmental conditions to mitigating the rise of deadly food allergies.

July 20, 2017 – Three Argonne and the University of Chicago scientists speak about how they are bringing science to bear on the future of food.

Our Speakers:
Jack Gilbert, Microbial Ecologist
Cristina Negri, Agronomist
Joshua Elliott, Research Fellow