Research Project on 3D Food Printing
Students at Humber College are completing a research project on 3D Food Printing. The purpose of this research project is to explore the current knowledge and attitudes millennials possess regarding 3D food printing technology. The study will examine key areas of interest and concern to the participants, as well as assess participant’s potential buying intent.
This research project aims to provide keen insight for potential stakeholders of this revolutionary technology including: (1) the developers, researchers, and investors; (2) the consumer population; and (3) the participants of the study.
Take our quick 5-minute anonymous survey and enter a draw for a chance to win a $50 VISA! We would like to hear from anyone living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) between the ages of 18-35 regarding your opinions on this innovative new technology.
To access the survey, please click here: https://humber.qfimr.com/SU0JVOIV6N4
Once you complete the survey, you will be asked to enter the VISA draw. Your participation is important to us. We greatly appreciate your help and time!
- Juhi Agarwal
- Jason Szymanski
- Tracey Haefele
- Anjali Sharma
- Ankita Singh
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