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2nd Summer School "Nanotechnology in Agriculture"

Conventional agriculture faces many challenges in the complex scenario of climate change, global population rise, and lack of resources. Nanotechnology represents a sustainable way to boost agri-food supply chains by reducing emissions, lowering the number of agrochemicals, and giving innovative tools to manage crops.

The 2nd Summer School, “Nanotechnology and Agriculture” (June 29-30, 2023), is hosted by the Department of Agricultural, Food, Environmental, and Animal Sciences (DI4A), Via delle Scienze 206, Udine (Italy). The lessons will be held at the Master 1 Room, Library Building, via Fausto Schiavi  44, Udine.