Project Gastronomía was delighted to be part of a panel conversation at Barcelona Maker Faire 2017, next to amazing projects that dream up and are working towards creating a better future for our global food system.

"Food Ecosystems and Technologies for Local Production" was the main thread of a great conversation in which other initiatives such as Aquapioneers, Barcelona Food Hub and Project Gastronomia shared their visions and started to identify pathways for collaboration.The panel was moderated by Tomás Diez from FAB City Global Initiative.

An event created to reveal the inventor, creator, engineer, innovative craftsman that lives inside everyone! to share experiences with others and get closer to the latest technologies and maker initiatives.

Barcelona Marker Faire hosts the most inspired, talented and ambitious makers, enthusiastic to share all their knowledge and creativity through exhibitions, workshops, conferences and interactive demos.

With the participation of leading international experts that presented and discuss the latest results and contributions in education, society, and economics, Barcelona Maker Faire wanted to contribute promoting imagination, creativity, innovation and learning of new skills and ideas.

Maker Faire originated in 2006 in the San Francisco Bay Area as a project of the editors of Make: magazine. It has since grown into a significant worldwide network of both flagship and independently-produced events.

Barcelona Maker Faire was organized by Sonar+D, Fab Lab Barcelona and Soko Tech, with the support of Make magazine, Barcelona City Hall, IN(3D)USTRY and Obra Social ‘La Caxia’.

Link to the conference program: http://barcelona.makerfaire.com/conferences/