The INSECTA 2017 as International Symposium on Insects as Feed, Food and Non-Food was jointly organized by PPM and ATB on September 7.and 8. 2017. More than 250 attendees from research and industry got an overview of the newest developments in the field of insect technology in more than 40 lectures and by numerous scientific posters. Outstanding lectures were given, among others by Harry Aiking (Food sustainability and the protein puzzle: Different resources and disciplines), Thomas Potthast (Ethical perspectives on using insects for industrial food and non-food applications) and Andreas Vilcinskas (Immunity of farmed insects: Basic and applied aspects) as keynotes. In addition to an excellent scientific program and reports from the producing industry, the coffee breaks and especially the dinner in the dinosaur world of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, gave the opportunity to discuss with the experts about the utilization of insects in the near future.
The topics of INSECTA® 2017 included:
1. Insects production systems
2. Application of insects as feed
3. Utilization of insects as food
4. Evaluation of the use of insects
5. Non-food applications of insects
Presentations and posters will not be published. For further questions please contact the authors directly.
Please find here a choice of impressions of INSECTA 2017.
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