Nobel Conference 46 – “Making Food Good”

Posted on August 5th, 2010 by

Few issues resonate with people around the world more than the need for good food. Our choices related to diet, farming, and processing are inextricably linked to human health and the health of planetary ecosystems. Considerable public debate swirls around such issues as genetic modification and food security. Seven distinguished presenters will offer thought-provoking looks into what makes food good—from the scientific and ethical aspects to aesthetic, ecological, and economic considerations. You are welcome to join the conversation! For more conference information, visit gustavus.edu/nobelconference. Tickets may be ordered online from gustavustickets.com or by phone at 507-933-7520. Note: mail orders are no longer accepted.

 

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