In this episode of SHARING IS CARING, we dive into the world of agrophysics with Vadim Chybrykow, a PhD candidate in the Department of Microstructure and Mechanics of Biomaterials at the Institute of Agrophysics of the Polish Academy of Science.
Vadim explains that agrophysics is a branch of science that combines agronomy and physics to study the soil, plants, and climate. The field covers a wide range of topics, including the properties of biomaterials, the processes within soil and plants, and the impact of agricultural practices on the environment.
Vadim shares some fascinating case studies, such as using sweet sorghum for food purposes and developing cellulose-based biocomposites for plant protection. He also emphasizes the importance of filtering information in the age of the internet and encourages a warm and friendly approach to others.
Join us for this insightful and inspiring conversation on #agrophysics #sustainableagriculture #foodproduction #climatechange.