Art meets science


Art meets science in the Agricultura exhibition in Malmö, Sweden. Here you can see artworks, installations and talk to the artists. It is focused on food and agriculture (in new ways) and will run until 27th of August. We have been in discussion with one of the artists Erik Sanner about insects as a future food source for the development of his installation. See about the exhibition here


A master thesis on the market formation for edible insects


This is a master thesis by two students at Stockholm school of economics, Sweden who have focused their work on the market formation of insects as a new food source in Sweden. We participated with information and discussions about the biology of insects and our current work. The work “What’s bugging Sweden? A qualitative study on the market formation for edible insects in Sweden” is in english. Norell & Runnö 170607.pdf

Student work comparing insects and soy as food source


A part of our work is communicating with students that are on different levels in school. Many young people are interested in insects as a potential food source and have lots of interesting questions and ideas. Its great to see their energy and drive! This report is from 6 students at Globala Gymnasiet (a highschool) in Stockholm, Sweden that that did a study where they compared insects and soy as human food. The work is based on literature, interviews and questionnaires, is in Swedish with an english abstract. GyA- Framtidens proteinkälla Ylva Palmgren Na14a.pdf