Annual Report 2020
The past 2020 has been a challenging time for all of us. However, we will always keep in our memories the efforts made to become fully digital and to show strong resilience. The 2020 Annual Report is the best summary of these efforts.
Food Systems Tranformation and multi-stakeholder debates, some of the highlights of the ILSI Europe fully digital 2020 Annual Symposium
The ILSI Europe Annual Symposium 2020 took place on 6th October. For the first time, ILSI Europe brought together over 350 scientist and multi-sector professionals from around the world in a fully digital, interactive one-day event. Under the heading of ‘Opening the Science of food’, the symposium brought together some of the best experts on nutrition, food safety and sustainability in Europe to shed light on the most topical scientific issues in these areas.
After a deep organisational transformation, the new ILSI Europe introduces a new approach to its Symposium, incorporating innovative dynamics that lead to a new vision. This vision incorporates sustainability into its traditional priorities of nutrition and food security, and develops an innovative Early Career Program.
Key Note speech & Session 1- protein's role in a healthy and sustainable diet
Role of the public-private sector in food systems transformation using responsible research and innovation
The Microbiome, what's on the horizon?
The meeting went extremely well. The content was very good, and the sense of a conference was effectively captured. Congratulations to all of the staff of ILSI Europe for an excellent job!
Dr Alan Boobis
I thought e-conference were always second best to actually meeting face to face, but this event proved me wrong. It was different to the normal symposia we all are used to and lot of fun
Dr Bryan Hanley
Fantastic event !!!! Great job. Congratulations
Simon Metz Pedersen
Thanks to all at ILSI Europe - brilliant technology, excellent speakers, really well done!
Thank you very much, it was a great event. A new way of working, indeed
Thanks for this excellent virtual event, rich and innovative!
ILSI Europe launched a new Sustainability Pillar with a roadmap of activities that are aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 12 and 13, and the European Union (EU) goal to become the first carbon neutral continent by 2050.
The new composition of the BoD welcomes the contributions from: Prof. Bryan Hanley (ACTA, NL), Prof. Jiri Ruprich (National Institute of Public Health, CZ), Prof. Wim Saris, Dr Mariusz Michalik (PepsiCo International, PL), Dr Peter Van Dael (DSM, CH), Dr Suzanne Kettler, (Mondelez, US) and Dr Morten Georg Jensen, (GSK, DK). The experts will lead the strategic decisions of the organisation for a 3-years mandate
The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) welcomes 4 new members: Mr. Luca Bellomo (Herbalife, IT), Ms Susanne Braun (University of Hohenheim, DE), Dr Gloria Pellegrino (Lavazza, IT) and Dr Ricardo Rueda (Abbott, ES) will serve for a 3-years mandate. Additionally, Dr Louise Dye rotated into the ILSI Europe Chair, and Prof. Philip Calder, who ended his mandate as Chair in March 2021, into SAC member
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