Photo: Archive of the Food Bank in Olsztyn
The final stage of the EIT Food Science Class project was the students’ campaign in which they informed about the most important and interesting topics they learned in the project. Food production, processing and safety, as well as trends and ideas for improving eating habits, producing a sufficient amount of qualitative food, and reducing the scale of food waste – these are the topics that students educate their peers about.
Students were asked to set a goal, define a target group, choose the final format of the materials, and decide on how they would reach their audience. During the last project classes, the youth presented and discussed their results with prof. Monika Kaczmarek, head of the Molecular Biology Core Facility, who introduced them to the topic of science communication.
Congratulations to the students for their curiosity, commitment, and effort put into the preparation of the campaign.
Primary School in Dywity
Class 8A, tutor: Ms. Karolina Ozga
PL Project „Zero Waste”
Authors: Ada, Maja, Milena, Julia
PL Food safety
Authors: Maja, Julia, Zosia, Lena
PL Instagram @foodscienceclass_
Authors: Agata, Ola, Maja, Hania
PL Food labels
Authors: Marcin, Janek, Szymon, Stefan, Antek, Błażej, Iwo
Authors: Tosia, Paulina, Ania, Hania, Gabrysia, Lena
PL Food processing
Authors: Ania, Emilka, Zuzia
Class 8D, tutor: Ms. Agnieszka Poniewozik
PL Healthy substitutes of sugar
Authors: Wiktor, Adrian, Michał, Daniel, Adam
PL Local cuisine
Authors: Marysia, Ewa, Milena, Nel, Liwia, Małgosia
PL Meat alternatives
Authors: Filip, Mateusz, Bartek, Maciek M., Maciek Ś.
PL Food waste
Authors: Julia, Ania, Kamil, Edyta, Marta
XII Academic High School in Olsztyn
Class 2AP, tutor: Ms. Jolanta Chotkowska
PL Healthy substitutes of popular food
Authors: Wiktor, Franek, Maciek, Łukasz, Patryk, Radek
PL Food waste
Authors: Karolina, Ola, Ania P., Ania F., Ola, Bartek
Effects of food waste
EN Diets as nutrition trends
Authors: Oliwia, Zuzia, Milena, Maja, Lena, Krystian, Magda
Diets and what they’re all about
PL Food processing
Authors: Gosia G., Gosia K., Ola D., Ola H., Maciek
Class 2BP, tutor: Ms. Małgorzata Raukuć
PL Where does milk come from?
Authors: Agata, Patrycja, Karolina, Weronika, Wiktoria, Ewelina
PL Zero waste
Authors: Marcin, Karolina, Iga, Marta, Weronika, Kornelia
PL Food trends
Authors: Kaja, Weronika, Oliwia, Marta, Zosia, Alicja
PL Shopping tricks you need to know to stop food wastage
Authors: Arek, Michał, Agnieszka, Julia, Mateusz, Natalia, Zosia
Food Science Class is a project under the support of EIT Food. EIT Food is the world’s largest and most dynamic food innovation community. We accelerate innovation to build a future-fit food system that produces healthy and sustainable food for all.
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