Main Program | The Truth About Bananas

03 Nov 2020 16:00 - 17:00
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Meet ‘The Banana Lady’, Dr Fenny Dwivany, whose research on post-harvest technology has received numerous international awards. Listed as one of Indonesia’s Most Inspiring Women, her observation that the quality of bananas sold by street vendors wasn’t as good as those in supermarkets inspired her research. Sit in on her discussion of this crowd-favorite fruit, from genetic diversity to fruit ripening.

Temui ‘The Banana Lady’, Dr Fenny Dwivany, yang penelitiannya seputar teknologi pasca panen telah menerima banyak penghargaan internasional. Tercatat sebagai salah satu Wanita Paling Menginspirasi di Indonesia, pengamatannya bahwa kualitas pisang yang dijual oleh pedagang kaki lima tidak sebaik yang di supermarket menginspirasi penelitiannya. Duduklah dalam diskusinya tentang buah favorit banyak orang ini, dari perihal keragaman genetik hingga proses pematangan buah.

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