Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

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'New' ways of buying takeaway food: what do we know about online food delivery services?

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 5 November 2021. PhD Matthew Keeble (MRC Epidemiology) discussed: 'New' ways of buying takeaway food: what do we know about online food delivery...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 8 Nov 2021


African Yam bean to reduce food insecurity in Nigeria.

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 7 May 2021. Nadia Radzman (Plant Sciences): African Yam bean to reduce food insecurity in Nigeria.
Please find more information on this series of...

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Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 10 May 2021


Between a rock and a hard place: the burdens of uncontrolled fire for smallholders across the tropics

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 12 November 2021. Dr Rachel Carmenta (UEA) discussed: 'Between a rock and a hard place: the burdens of uncontrolled fire for smallholders across the...

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Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 12 Nov 2021


Brazil's model to feed the world through its public research programme in agriculture. Can we talk about a Brazilian...

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 28 May 2021. Dr Ryan Nhering (Department of History): Brazil's model to feed the world through its public research programme in agriculture. Can we...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Tue 1 Jun 2021


Can we prevent the next zoonotic pandemic? An interdisciplinary solution scan of options.

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 19 November 2021. Dr Silviu Petrovan (Zoology) discussed: 'Can we prevent the next zoonotic pandemic? An interdisciplinary solution scan of options.'

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 19 Nov 2021


Cereals and Soil Fungi: using symbiotic microbes for agricultural sustainability

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 22 October 2021. Dr Tom Thirkell (Crop Science Centre) discussed: 'Cereals and Soil Fungi: using symbiotic microbes for agricultural sustainability.'...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 25 Oct 2021


Christmas Dinner 2050: will we be eating alternative turkey?

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The UK’s population currently relies on animal products for protein, but meat alternatives could be more sustainable and less ecologically damaging. But what are alternative...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 13 Dec 2021


Connecting the dots: the complexity of food systems.

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Food systems are complex, and we can all play a part in ensuring that they are resilient and sustainable. The many pieces that form the food system jigsaw puzzle can fit together...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Thu 12 Nov 2020


Developing smartphone integrated soil sensor for African farmers using artificial intelligence toward sustainable soil...

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Developing smartphone integrated soil sensor for African farmers using artificial intelligence toward sustainable soil diagnosis and crop fertilization.

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 7 Dec 2020


Early Career Researcher Workshop: Collaborating on research grant proposals

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Coordinated by Cambridge Global Food Security IRC, this workshop aimed to advise early career researchers on how to write successful interdisciplinary/collaborative research grant...

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Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 6 Dec 2021


Eat for Our Future: Your Climate Diet Questions Answered

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An event for anyone interested in sustainable diets, whether you're a seasoned vegan or an ambivalent omnivore!

This public webinar on Wednesday 20th October 2021 was organised...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 29 Oct 2021


Ethiopia and 'the tree against hunger': Strategies for unifying wild and agrobiodiversity conservation?

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar on 11 March 2022. Dr James Borrell (Kew Gardens) discussed: Ethiopia and 'the tree against hunger': Strategies for unifying wild and agrobiodiversity...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 11 Mar 2022


Food for Thought Panel Talk. Healthy eating: what makes it so hard?

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From the global obesity epidemic to diet-related disease being the world's biggest killer, we just can't seem to get our diets right.
What makes it so hard for us to eat...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 25 Jun 2021


Food for Thought Panel Talk. Plastic in the food chain: can we do without it?

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27 May 2021. This event will give the opportunity to discuss the role and challenges that plastic poses. Is it really necessary that our food comes packed in plastic or is it...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 4 Jun 2021


Food for Thought Talk Series: "Feeding our children: food poverty and food banks in a time of plenty"

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The Cambridge Public Health and Cambridge Global Food Security IRCs have joined forces to host an interdisciplinary panel discussion on child food insecurity, food banks, and the...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 12 Mar 2021


Forgotten Crops Society Dialogue Series: 'Is there a business case for forgotten crops?' The role of the private seed...

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This event was held on 26 January 2022. This third Dialogue of the Forgotten Crops Society will address questions on what companies such as Bayer are doing to support the...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Wed 2 Feb 2022


Forgotten Crops Society Dialogue Series: Can an African grain become a global super-food?

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Fonio: A case study.

How can we promote the shift from common crops like wheat and rice to crops that have been forgotten by the people who previously consumed them? What roles...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 1 Nov 2021


Forgotten Crops Society Dialogue Series: The promise of genomics and genetics in underutilized crops

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Dr. Rita H. Mumm, Director of Capacity Development and Mobilisation at the African Orphan Crop Consortium (AOCC) and Director of the African Plant Breeding Academy (AfPBA),...

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 3 Dec 2021


From Losing Oysters and Loving Shrimps: a case study in the culinary response to an ecological catastrophe.

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23 April 2021. Emelyn Rude (History): From Losing Oysters and Loving Shrimps: a case study in the culinary response to an ecological catastrophe.

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 30 Apr 2021


Give Bees a Chance I

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A short film about how we can help bees.

Collection: Cambridge Global Food Security IRC

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 4 Dec 2020


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