Join a Who's Who of Future Food Tech Innovators

We meet a lot of innovators through Space for Food and we want to connect them to each other and help them find peers, collaborators, and supporters.

We want to recognize you if you are a researcher, startup*, or other early stage innovator in any of these areas for future food systems on Earth or in space:

  • Controlled Environment Agriculture (vertical farms, growing chambers, and indoor growing)

  • Circular Growing Environments

  • Cellular and Microbial Agriculture

  • Regenerative Growing and Life Support Systems

  • Future Food Tech and other enabling tech to make the above work

  • Decentralized Agriculture

*Startups can be either pre-revenue or revenue producing

Space for Food is drawing attention to all the great innovators in the above areas on the Space for Food website and at its upcoming May 4 event for innovators in space, food, and agriculture. This recognition is free and there’s no obligation of any type. Your work will be shown in a gallery on the Space for Food website like the image shown here, with search tags so interested collaborators or early adopters can find you. You can also elect to have a booth in a virtual expo area at our May 4 event so you can meet others and let them meet you - also at no charge or obligation on your part.

Why are we doing this? Space for Food was launched by the Yield Lab Institute, a non-profit open innovation think tank in sustainable food systems, specifically to support innovators in these areas, connect them to supporters, and to identify ongoing ways to support them no matter where they are or what other programs they’re part of. Space for Food is free and there are no strings attached.

To get listed and attract attention for your hard work, just go here, click the “register” button under “innovators”, and fill out the simple web form. If you have questions before you’re ready to get listed, you can join a free FAQ and help session to get all your questions answered:

7-9am Tuesday April 27th (Central US Time or GMT -5:00)

6-8pm Wednesday April 28th (Central US Time or GMT -5:00)

10-Noon Thursday April 29th (Central US Time or GMT -5:00)

To attend one of the sessions, simply email with which session you’re interested in to get a calendar invite with all the call-in details.

Thanks and good luck in all you’re doing to make our food systems better wherever humans go!