9 May 2023

Summer school "Nanotechnology in Agriculture" 2nd Edition

Summer School

Udine, Italy

CU5 PhD students will have the chance to deeply understand the potential of nanotechnology in the agriculture industry

The conventional agricultural practices that have long sustained global food supplies face significant challenges in the current scenario of climate change, resource scarcity, and an expanding global population. However, advancements in nanotechnology offer a sustainable solution to this issue by reducing emissions, decreasing the use of agrochemicals, and providing new tools to manage crops.

To explore this promising intersection of nanotechnology and agriculture, the Department of Agricultural, Food, Environmental, and Animal Sciences (DI4A) is hosting the 2nd Summer School on "Nanotechnology and Agriculture" on June 29-30, 2023 in Udine (Italy).

The Summer School will provide an opportunity for researchers, students, and professionals to learn about the latest developments in nanotechnology and its applications in agriculture, and to discuss ways to optimize agri-food supply chains sustainably.

More info: official website