Wine is and will always be an unquestionable trend. Not only representing one of the most consumed beverages in the world, but also conforms to part of the history, culture, and traditions within the European continent. In regards to food consumption, it is designated, as well, as an integral part of the Mediterranean diet – one the healthiest ones in the world according to the World Health Organization and recognized as an Intangible Heritage by UNESCO. But wine has a story, starting in the vines of most countries with viticulture tradition.
Gregorio Egea, associate professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Fluid Mechanics at the University of Seville, has been recognized with the VIII Losada Villasante Award in the category of Agrifood Research, for his project “Digital phenotyping, the revolution in plant breeding based on data analysis and machine learning”.