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As we're still mostly stuck at home for the holidays and international travelling opportunities seem indefinite, why not use our leftover free time (as well as some leftover produce) to go on an adventure without leaving the kitchen? Here's our list of meals from all over the world that you can enjoy without bothering your travel agency.
After keeping our minds busy with handy online courses and live streams last week, let’s indulge ourselves in some true winter experiences: ice skating, skiing, and sledding, enjoying long strolls along parks and squares, and sipping on hot beverages on icy streets. Wrap yourself warm and set off on a new adventure!
Join us as we delve into the latest trends of the food industry, projects that aim to prevent disease using food, and see how the food of the future will differ from what’s on our plates today.
ITMO University’s Faculty of Biotechnologies (or BioTech) is actively renewing its educational program lineup. Olesya Volokh, a science team leader at Danone Russia and a researcher at Lomonosov Moscow State University, has joined the faculty team to help them in that effort. ITMO.NEWS met with Dr. Volokh to chat about science, FoodTech, and what the program’s students should expect from the updated curriculum.
The new space is split into several areas where students can enjoy various food and service options, as well as take some time off to play foosball or billiards or to plop down by the PlayStation. Read on to learn more about the new cafeteria on Kronverksky Pr. 49 and the upcoming renovations at other campuses.
On October 29, ITMO University held a session of the Hult Prize On Campus – the university stage of the international Hult Prize competition. Keep reading to learn more about this year’s cases, what awaits the competitors in the future, and how to join the contest.
Some scientists say that artificial meat could be humanity’s salvation from hunger – but then why isn’t it being produced at an industrial scale? We dig into the subject, guided by Alexander Ishevsky, a professor at ITMO University’s Faculty of Biotechnologies.
This is not compote, said my British colleague Lorna. We were having lunch at the stolovaya – the cafeteria – and she was looking at the liquid in her glass. “Compote is preserved fruit. You can cut it with a knife,” she said. “Oh, but this is different,” I said. “You have to try it.”
Our team shares some of their tasty favorites to keep you full, warm, and cozy this autumn. Ever had a sharlotka? Fancy a glass of spicy cider? You will after reading this article.
Fall is in the air, and the September blues is starting to kick in. But you can still have a good time while soaking up those last days of rare but still warm sunshine thrust in between hazy and hurricane-like times. Let’s beat this urge to wrap up in a cozy blanket and binge-watch our favorite TV shows together – and, against all odds, fill our last September days with good vibes!