November 9, 2017 | Museum of Science, Skyline Room, 1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114
Quietly but surely, the seeds of the next agricultural revolution are being planted. In the lab and on the farm, scientists, growers and entrepreneurs are posing the questions and tackling the challenges that go to the core of human existence: What can we do to produce sufficient nutritious food in an increasingly unpredictable environment? How can we cultivate crops in a way that benefits, rather than strains, the Earth’s ecosystem?
Join The Atlantic in the great life science hub of Boston for a conversation on the big issues at the intersection of agriculture and technology. Together with the field’s leading scientists, tech innovators, growers and foodies we will explore the innovations and ideas that may just change our food system from the ground up.
2:00 pm ET Guest Arrival 2:30 pm ET Program Begins 4:30 pm ET Closing Reception