Online ENGAGE.EU seminar: ‘How bytes help for bites in the Zero Hunger Lab’
On Tuesday 17 May, Hein Fleuren and Marleen Balvert will share their vision, research, and impact of the Zero Hunger Lab during an online seminar especially for all ENGAGE.EU partner universities.
The Zero Hunger Lab aims to find solutions to the world hunger problem. Since 2011, a team of over 20 researchers and students have worked together with external stakeholders, such as the World Food Programme, the Dutch Foodbanks and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Netherlands, on research projects and knowledge building in this multidisciplinary lab. The work is mainly based on the use of data science to help ensure global food and nutrition security.
Visit the ENGAGE.EU website to register for this inspirational story on how multidisciplinary research can help solve major societal challenges.
As one of the seven leading European universities in business, economics, and the social sciences we are part of the ENGAGE.EU alliance to develop, transfer, and implement international scientific knowledge and skills necessary for socially engaged development within and beyond country boundaries.
Within the ENGAGE.EU community you can work together with European colleagues on challenging research and with innovators, students, companies, and policymakers to find knowledge-based solutions for real-life problems.