News and Announcements
MMTC researcher Christian Sandström together with Mia Bondelind and Risat Pathan from Chalmers University of Technology in Gotemburg are awarded this year’s prize.
“Less meat, more legumes prospects and challenges in the transition toward sustainable diets in Sweden”Within the field of sustainability as one of the focus areas of MMTC, our colleague Andreas Stephan together with other 6 co-authors (Elin Röös, Georg Carlsson, Ferawati Ferawati, Mohammed Hefni, Pernilla Tidåker and Cornelia Witthöft) has recent published an article at the Cambridge Core Journal in which he explores a scenario where meat consumption in Sweden is reduced by 50% being replaced by domestically grown grain legumes.
The 2018 MMTC Thesis Award winners spent two months in Manila during the work with their thesis, a period that gave them experiences and memories for life.
Content updated 2020-03-23