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The exhibition for those hungry for innovation
‘#FoodPeople. La mostra per chi ha fame di innovazione’ (Exhibition for those hungry for innovation) is the new show that the Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology has devoted to food.
Over 700 m2 of exhibition space where visitors will be able to get a new perspective on the items and technologies that are now part of our daily lives.
What roles do science, technology and innovation play within the agri-food sector and in our lives? What happens in industries that produce our food? How innovative is agriculture today and what is our relationship with the food system?
These are just some of the questions which can be answered by visiting #FoodPeople.
The show is an opportunity to gain an insight into the future and to test your skills on the many exciting themes in the three workshops dedicated to Genetics, Biotechnology and Nutrition.
There will be two exhibition routes and in both instances the visitors will be accompanied by special characters with their stories.
The first retraces some of the key scientific and technological innovations and the second investigates scenarios and perspectives on the future of food starting from FAQs that experts from different sectors will help us to focus on.
#FoodPeople has the same opening hours as the museum and entry is included in the general admission ticket.