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Picky-eating and the food that remembers...

Please note this event takes place on the first floor and has no step-free access.
Past event - 2022
10 May Doors 6.30pm
Event 7-11pm
I-PUB Restaurant, Bd Carl-Vogt 20,
Geneva 1205
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Eating your fruits and vegetables at a young age is a challenge. Why? And can these outcasted fruits and vegetables remember? Come learn more about the science behind these questions!

Do plants have memory? - Heritability of stress epigenetic patterns in strawberry

Maria Estefania Lopez Ortiz (PhD candidate)
We will talk about how plants can remember when they were facing unfavorable growth conditions across generations by studying the epi/genome of strawberries

Broccoli battles: the science behind picky eating

Dr Christine Cooper-Vince (MSCA Research Fellow)
Christine will talk about her research on how persistent and impairing picking eating develops in childhood. She will explore the biological and behavioral factors under investigation as drivers of emotionally driven food avoidance in young children.

Other I-PUB Restaurant events

2022-05-09 Virus: la vie et la mort I-PUB Restaurant Bd Carl-Vogt 20, Geneva, 1205, Switzerland
2022-05-11 LGBTQI+ in Science I-PUB Restaurant Bd Carl-Vogt 20, Geneva, 1205, Switzerland