Using consumer-, research- & business-generated data for research: Envisaging the future –innovation, citizen science and other breakthroughs

Bent Egberg Mikkelsen (Lecturer)

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalks and presentations in private or public companies


How can innovation and citizen science be used to collect and communicate data and knowledge about food, nutrition & health in a future research infrastructure? And how can that become beneficial to consumers, researchers and businesses. This presentation is a pitch for a discussion on envisaging the future knowledge needs. It uses insight from the Richfields study and from best practices of citizen and street science at the FoodscapeLab at Aalborg University. It uses the following typology. 1. How a citizen supported data share project could look like. 2. How new digital devices can be co-created. 3. How the experiment can be taken to the street and 4. How science can be communicated to citizens
Period11 Dec 2017
Event title3rd Richfields stakeholder meeting <br/>
Event typeSeminar
LocationBruxelles, Belgium
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • FoodScape Lab
  • FoodScape Lab Studies
  • Citizen science
  • Richfields program
  • big food data analytics
  • food & nutrion literacy
  • food and the city
  • Food Scape Studies
  • food'n science