As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a devastating effect on lives and economies, the world is increasingly looking to the scientific world for answers and solutions. At this session, let us put 2020 behind us and take a look at some of the emerging technologies for 2021 that have the potential to help us solve some of our most pressing global challenges. Join our panel of experts and thought leaders as they explore the drivers behind these emerging technologies, the implications for users, and what creators of these technologies need to consider when looking at their plans for 2021 and beyond.
Go Net-Zero Carbon Energy Summit will focus on practical actions the oil & gas industry can take to rise to the challenge of energy transition.The event will gather major oil & gas and energy players, cleantech innovators and everyone who is interested in the what, how and when of the low carbon transition in the oil & gas industry.
As we enter the new year, we should refer to the past year of 2020, which has been an outlier in more ways than one. For the Food Industry, 2020 saw both local and global brands witnessing unexpected spikes and downward spirals in the demand and fulfilment of their products. This was largely due to the disruption in consumer sentiment, consumer preferences, and the global supply chain. With the help of Artificial Intelligence, effective planning for the Food Industry is possible. Join our session to find out how AI can power the ever-evolving Food Industry, and what this means for companies and consumers looking ahead in 2021.
With one-third of consumers choosing to actively reduce their meat and dairy consumption and seeking protein substitutes driven by health and environmental concerns, there is mounting pressure on food & beverage brands to reformulate their protein alternatives. Next-generation fermentation technologies are gaining momentum in the food industry. The REFORMULATE: Fermentation-Enabled Alternative Protein Innovation Digital Summit will showcase novel technological advances powering the new wave of alternative protein products. Whether you have a fermentation-enabled protein product offering or are looking to launch into the growing alternative protein space, this digital event will equip you with the latest view of the state of play in this emerging field, whilst providing you with the chance to connect and collaborate with those trailblazing this new area of food production.
Probiota 2021 focuses on all things related to prebiotics, probiotics and the microbiome. In light of COVID19, Probiota will take place as on online digital summit on the 9th, 10th and 11th February 2021. Over the three days, broadcasts will last for two hours. Probiota 2021 digital line-up features the core issues affecting the business of the microbiome starting on the 9th February with European Regulatory Opportunities for the Next Decade. This two-hour broadcasts blends panel discussions and audience interactivity with insights on the changing regulatory landscape concerning probiotic and prebiotic development.