Tag: Food Technology

design vegetables
Food Technology

Design Your Own Vegetables

Imagine a future where you can design your own vegetables. Say goodbye to growing boring baby sprouts on your windowsill and welcome a climate-controlled cultivation system to your kitchen top. Simply change the parameters of your crops with a touchscreen interface and you’ll be on your way. Sounds good, does it? This growing scenario does not exist yet, but food designer and NNN fellow Chloé Rutzerveld is looking for innovative methods to turn this fantasy into a reality. Introducing the Future Food Formula, a formula for success.

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Catch our meat ice cream at Zomerparkfeest
Meat the Future

Bistro In Vitro at Zomerparkfeest

Hello festival lovers! On August 19, catch our Bistro In Vitro ice cream cart at Zomerparkfeest in Venlo, The Netherlands. The lineup ranges from caribbean music to literature, from rock to theatre, from short movies to ehm… meat ice cream! With a program like this, you simply cannot miss this event, and the entrance it’s free! Find more at zomerparkfeest.nl.

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chef watson
Food Technology

Dinner with Chef Watson

Last week we had the pleasure to dine under the supervision of the world’s latest and perhaps most topical masterchef, Chef Watson. Knowing over 10.000 recipes, the superstar chef invited 50 guests over for the first Neo-Futurist Dinner at Mediamatic in Amsterdam to enjoy a six-course multi-sensory vegan dinner extravaganza, and we put it to the test. Did we mention Watson is a computer from IBM?

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Animal Free Cow Milk
Food Technology

Animal Free Cow Milk

After lab-grown meat, dairy products are the next big area we want to reinvent. Perfect Day is animal free cow milk, made to be more nutritious, safe and sustainable than factory-farmed dairy. And it tastes just like real milk.

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Interview Lining Yao
Next Nature

Interview: Lining Yao, Interaction Designer and Maker of Novel Materials

Real innovations are high tech but analogic, they are created by mixing biology, genetics and design to save energy and resources. This is the concept behind Lining Yao’s work, Chinese interaction designer and maker of novel materials and interfaces. She recently completed her PhD at Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab in Boston, where she focused on pushing Human Computer Interaction towards Human Material Interaction, and she is now Assistant Professor at HCII Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.

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