MIT Beyond Food Bootcamp
Taiwan, September 10-15, 2017
“This is a microscopic close-up of a star anise, a small star-shaped fruit of the
Illicium verum used whole or ground as a spice especially in Chinese cooking.”
The challenges surrounding food innovation are complex. You’re invited to be part of the solution. Focusing on key areas of sustainability, transparency and health, the MIT Beyond Food Bootcamp invites applicants from around the world to learn and practice the innovation frameworks taught by MIT faculty and mentors.
You will acquire a practical understanding of the MIT innovation frameworks and new venture leadership skills. You will also gain access to the Taiwanese and MIT innovation ecosystems and acquire insights into new and emerging models.