Wageningen Campus Connect presents: OnePlanet Research Center - digital innovations for more sustainable agriculture, nutrition and health

OnePlanet will present itself to companies, knowledge institutes and other interested parties during a special Campus Connect meeting on Monday 9 September. What opportunities does OnePlanet have? What can we do to make this research centre a success? We will explore these questions during the meeting, during which there will be plenty of time to network.

Organised by Wageningen University & Research

Mon 9 September 2019 15:00 to 18:30

Venue Impulse, gebouwnummer 115

OnePlanet Research Center is a collaboration between nanotechnology institute imec, Wageningen University & Research, Radboud University and Radboud university medical center, with the support of the Dutch province of Gelderland. OnePlanet opened its doors on Wageningen Campus in May.

The new centre aims to develop ground-breaking innovations in an open innovation environment, together with companies and institutes of vocational and higher education (particularly in Gelderland). These innovations should help to solve social challenges in the field of health, the environment, sustainability and climate. In this way, OnePlanet is helping to achieve FoodValley's ambition of becoming the Silicon Valley for food and health.

Register on the Wageningen Campus website.


15.00 Doors open
15.30 Welcome by Simone Ritzer (moderator) and general introduction by Chris van Hoof (general manager of OnePlanet)
16.00 First theme: Data driven Nutrition & Health – Annelies Goris, programme manager
16.20 Interactive part
16.30 Second theme: Precision Agriculture, Food Processing & Environment – Marcel Zevenbergen, programme manager
16.50 Interactive part
17.00-18.30 Networking and drinks