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The title photo depicts an insectarium with a broodstock of Hermetia illucens, also known as the black soldier fly. Its larvae, rich in fat and protein, may be used as an alternative livestock feed additive.
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.
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.