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AgriNanoTechniques

 

WS.II


AgriNano Techniques


September 12 

 

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With the world’s population expected to exceed nine billion by 2050, scientists are working to develop new ways to meet rising global demand for food, energy and water without increasing the strain on natural resources. Organizations including the World Bank and the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization are calling for more innovation to address the challenges of the agri-food sector.

Agriculture uses inefficiently the conventional inputs (water, energy, fertilizers, pesticides) and a significant fraction of them are lost or became unavailable to the crops. At the same time, agriculture (cultivation of crops, livestock and deforestation) is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

The developing Agri-Nanotechniques will be implemented within the evolving science of precision agriculture, in which farmers use technology to target their use of water, fertilizer, plant protection products and other inputs. A second, broad potential application concerns the issues of reduction and valorization of agri-food wastes. The introduction of nanotechnologies in agriculture still need deepen both basic and applied knowledge, however several promising results were achieved, so far. A huge development is taking place in this sector, therefore nanotech applications currently under development will soon be overtaken

NanoInnovation 2018 hosts the 2nd edition of the workshop “AgriNanoTechniques” co-organized by the Universities of Bologna, Parma, Verona and Udine. The workshop will be the forum for discussing the perspective of nanotechnologies in the primary sector among the stakeholders and scientific research.

 12 September
 11:00 - 12:30
Nano perspectives in the Agri-Food sector
WS.II.1 - TT.I.B
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.II.1.1
TT.I.B.1
Ana Maria RINCON  CV
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
Towards EU legislation on nanomaterials/ENMs in food
WS.II.1.2
TT.I.B.2 
Rossella BENGALLI
University of Milano-Bicocca
Safe(r) nanomaterials for the Agri-Food sector: The Nano bioscience perspective
WS.II.1.3
TT.I.B.3 
Michele IAFISCO CV
CNR ISTEC, Faenza
From food industry by-products to smart nano-fertilizers: towards a circular economy of phosphorus
WS.II.1.4
TT.I.B.4 
Giuseppe CIUFFREDA CV
Fabbrica Coop Perfosfati Cerea
Market perspectives for smart fertilizers
 Chair: Nelson MARMIROLI, University of Parma
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
 14:00 - 15:30
Nanomaterials and Plant Nutrition
WS.II.2 - TT.II.B
 
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.II.2.1
TT.II.B.1
Luca MARCHIOL CV
University of Udine
Smart fertilizers: Nano-options towards an improvement of Nutrient Use Efficiency
WS.II.2.2
TT.II.B.2
Marta MARMIROLI
University of Parma
Possible applications of engineered nanomaterials in agriculture: the issue of interaction
WS.II.2.3
TST.II.B.3
Davide SEGA CV
University of Verona
FePO4 nanoparticles as a source of nutrients for plants
WS.II.2.4
TT.II.B.4
Ilaria CLEMENTE CV
University of Florence
Contributions of nanoscience in designing innovative vectors for agrochemical delivery
 Chair: Zeno VARANINI, University of Verona
 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
  16:00 - 17:30
Research Pathways
WS.II.3 - TT.III.B
 
 
SYNOPSIS
WS.II.3.1
TT.III.B.1
Ilaria COLZI CV
University of Florence
Copper nanoparticles from agricultural wastes: a case study on blueberry local processing
WS.II.3.2
TT.III.B.2
Enrico BRAIDOT
University of Udine
Impact of Hydroxyapatite NPs on tomato plantlet metabolism and seed germination
WS.II.3.3
TT.III.B.3
Alessandra ZAMBONELLI CV
University of Bologna
Iron exopolysaccharide nanoparticles to improve the production of truffle mycorrhized plants
WS.II.3.4
TT.III.B.4
Federica TRAMER CV
University of Trieste
Chitosan nanoparticles as vectors for the release of bioactive plant substances: application in the medical and agri -food fields
Chair: Luca MARCHIOL, University of Udine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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