CrackSense kick-off meeting, 16-18 January Tel Aviv Israel
The project kicked off with a meeting in Tel Aviv, Israel where representatives from all 15 partners involved in the project were present. The partners, hailing from a range of backgrounds such as farmers associations, technology and agritech SMEs, business and policy development experts, all came together to discuss their plans for the future of farming. During the meeting, the group focused on key goals such as improving financial stability for farmers and reducing fruit cracking. With such a diverse group of stakeholders present, there was a wealth of knowledge and expertise on display. The atmosphere was on of collaboration and innovation, with all partners eager to share their insights and develop new strategies. The meeting was a resounding success, setting the stage for a bright future in the world of agrifood research. As the project moves forward, we can expect to see exciting developments emerge that will benefit farmers, consumers, and the wider community. Stay tuned for more updates as the project progresses!
EXPERIMENTS AND PILOTS
Meet Our Partners Campaign
International Day of Women and Girls in Science
On the 11th of February CrackSense celebrated International Day of Women and Girls in Science. We have introduced great women scientist involved in CrackSense. Manuela Zude-Sasse is a Research Group Leader at Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), and is a fervent advocate for women’s empowerment, inspiring them to have faith in their abilities and to strive towards successful careeres in the field of science.