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Spacefarming

The future of food

Next Nature presents Spacefarming: the future of food at the Evoluon. The exhibition explores how we can grow our food differently in the future, on Earth, as well as in space.

How to feed 10 billion people in 2050?

The number of people on Earth is growing rapidly and is expected to increase to some 10 billion by 2050. This means that more food will be needed than we can produce today. Where will this food come from? And how will it be made? A hamburger of cultured meat, milk from a robot cow, or potatoes from space. Things you may associate with a distant future, but farmers, scientists, entrepreneurs, artists and designers are already developing innovative ways to turn this into reality. Spacefarming explores the future of food and agriculture. Welcome to the world of the space farmer.

About Evoluon/Next Nature

Next Nature is a Future Lab for Design & Technology. We are based in the Evoluon. We explore the impact of technology on our lives. Our research translates into exhibitions, events, education and publications that spread awareness and knowledge about the changing relationship between humans, nature and technology.

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