Julia Rijssenbeek
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Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

Julia Rijssenbeek

Before joining FreedomLab, Julia studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and philosophy of economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is currently working on her PhD in philosophy of technology at Wageningen University, investigating how synthetic biology might alter philosophical ideas about nature and the values we hold, as well as what a bio-based future may bring. At the think tank, Julia’s research focuses on our relationship to nature, sustainable and technological transitions in the food system, and the geopolitics of our global food systems. Julia is a visible representative of the think tank, publishing scientific literature, presenting at international symposia, and appearing in the media to discuss current affairs related to her research topics. On top of that, she's working on projects concerning the transition of the European food system.

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