On Wednesday, December 16, 2020, the Hellenic Technology Platform (HTP) and SEVT organized the online event titled: "Food companies determine the research priorities to be funded by the NSRF 2021-2027"
During the event the main questions discussed were:
Does the food industry have an active role to play in setting the research priorities for the new programming period? What are the benefits to companies from participating in this process? Can developing collaborative projects lead to new business opportunities?
Although the agri-food industry is considered to be a slow adopter of change, currently the sector is expected to change more in the next 10 years than it did over the last 50 (Accenture, 2017). This transformation derives from a number of factors, such as the environmental changes (e.g. global warming), the demographics (e.g.
The Benaki Phytopathological Institute in collaboration with the National Center of Research “Demokritos” organized a conference entitled “Connecting innovative water reuse technologies with the Food Industry” in the framework of the Life PureAgroH2O project.
On December 5, 2019, the conference "Research & Innovation: Pillars of Development of the Greek Food Industry" was held in Aigli Zappeion, co-organized by the Federation of Hellenic Food Industries (ΣΕΒΤ) and the Greek Technology Platform "Food for Life".