Interview with Dr. Terry Green, founder of DipTerra Can you tell us how did you get interested in edible insects? At different times as a scientist and businessman I have bumped up against very surprising discoveries with regard to insects and the remarkable traits and behaviors that they display. About 10 years ago while researching […]
Interview with Domenico Azzollini, PhD candidate at the University of Foggia and currently guest PhD at the University of Wageningen What is your university education? I had an international education, since I had several times the chance to study abroad while remaining tied to the Italian Universitiy. In fact, I initially obtained a Master Degree […]
Interview with Johanna B. Kelly and Cameron Marshad, The Gateway Bug filmmakers What was your relationship with insects before you decided to start The Gateway Bug project? JBK – Mine was minimal. As an Australian living in New York I’m always being asked about bugs back home but the reality is I come from Melbourne, […]
Interview Dr. Elaine Fitches, researcher at Durham University and ProteInsect Project co-ordinator Very shortly: what’s ProteInsect Project? PROteINSECT is a European funded project investigating the potential use of fly larvae grown on organic wastes as a source of protein for incorporation into animal feed and as a means of reducing waste volumes. I can see […]
From today it’s online our new Events Calendar. We consider it a useful tool to bring together in one place informations about events concerning the world of edible insects and related topics. We ask you to notify us your press releases on conferences, meetings, workshops, exhibitions, webinars, tastings and anything that may be of interest.
BfR Symposium “Insects as food and feed – Food for the Future” of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment will address the current state of knowledge about the market relevance, regulatory aspects, nutrients and ingredients, preparation of food and feed based on edible insects but also on acceptance by consumers and potential health risks. 24 […]