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Tuesday, March 11 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Future Foods: New Cuisine for a New Age

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The term “processed food” is associated with Twinkies, fluorescent orange cheese, awful additives and heart-attack inducing trans fats, but it doesn’t have to be that way. New technology and advancements in 3D food printing, thermoplastic extrusion and bioreactor grown “test tube” meat are producing some remarkable, tasty and healthy delicacies that are as good for the planet as they are for your body. Research has shown that meat production is wreaking havoc on our planet. The future world of food will address this, with better precision, compounds and machines and practices, making room for organic and sustainably grown fare. Imagine meats from extruders and bioreactors that are indistinguishable from the real thing, yet contain no saturated fat and require no animal sacrifice. Envision portable kitchen appliances that can instantly deliver a vast variety of dishes matched to your taste, health profile and caloric requirements. Part of the IEEE Technology for Humanity Series.

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Pablos Holman

InventorIntellectual Ventures
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Glenn Zorpette

Exec EditorIEEE SpectrumAs executive editor of IEEE Spectrum magazine, Glenn manages the print editorial department and works with the art director on covers and article illustrations. He first joined the staff in 1984, and worked at the magazine for 11 years. He has won dozens of... Read More →

Tuesday March 11, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Radisson Town Lake, Riverside Ballroom 111 E Cesar Chavez

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