How can our sense of taste save the planet?
Aarhus May 11-12, 2020

News - what is happening right now? 

Here we will continously update on what is going on in the organizing group, and which important dates to remember...

Abstracts for accepted contributions is now online!

Go read the abstracts, and get inspired by the wealth of knowledge and diversity of people that are going to be part of CT2020. 

Creative Tastebuds is moving to Moesgaard Museum in Aarhus!

We in the organizing group are excited to announce that CT2020 will take place at the beautiful, world-class Moesgaard Museum. The museum is placed in the spectacular nature of Moesgaard Wood, where the renowned Danish architects Henning Larsen Architects have created an extraordinary building inspired by the layers by which archaeologists slowly excavate hidden history. We are sure that Moesgaard Museum will create a beautiful and creative setting for CT2020 to unfold, and are looking forward to welcoming you all here. Read more about the museum

*Moesgaard Museum is located in the south of Aarhus. The organizing team will help plan the transportation there to make it as easy as possible for everyone. 

New speaker has joined CT2020

We are proud to announce that Roberto Flore, manager of DTU SKYLAB FoodLab, is joining CT2020 as a moderator in session 1 on stage. Read more about Roberto's impressive CV here

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Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram - you name it, we are there! Follow us on SoMe for weekly updates and info about our speakers and their work. Get inspired on the topic of sustainability and taste and see what the symposium is all about. 

Thank you Carlsbergfondet

From the organizing team, a warm thank you to Carlsbergfondet for supporting the symposium. 

Art, science, innovation and gastronomy meet in an interdisciplinary symposium

In a time of climate crisis and increasing global inequality afflicted by hunger and obesity, we are urged to downsize individual pleasures for the sake of our common future on earth.

How can we use our sense of taste to make new and better choices? And can we rely on taste to guide us well?

Read more about the concept for CT2020

"A triumph! A totally RETHINK project. Stimulating, thought provoking and subject enlarging. I hope Tastebuds might convert to an annual conference in which we see all matters of food taste, from science to aesthetics, and in between, on the menu and generating in the next generation of makers, thinkers and researchers, the desire to go deeper into food knowledge to improve our relationship to healthy, sustainable and good eating."

Juliana Engberg, programme director, European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017