Global Food Security

Created: 2022-04-29 17:02
Institution: Department of Plant Sciences
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Agricultural strategies for optimal balance between eco-systems and biodiversity protection in India

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Global Food Security Coffee Break Talk by Iris Berger (Dept of Zoology, University of Cambridge)

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 28 Nov 2022


Agricultural Virology in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain: the search for virus-free potato stock Joao Joaquim (History &...

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GFS Coffee Break Seminar talk by Joao Joaquim (History & Philosophy of Sciences, University of Cambridge)

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 21 Oct 2022


Baptiste Albertone (Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge) Sustainable Development in the Periphery:...

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A presentation about false promises, paths not taken and forgotten theories. Using a structuralist approach to development, it explores the limits of conventional discourses on...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 11 Nov 2022


Coffee Break Seminar: Crop choice: the social factors that influence oil palm smallholders and their ecological effects

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A short presentation for our Coffee Break Seminar series by Valentine Reiss-Woolever (PhD candidate, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge) on Crop choice: the social...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 2 Jun 2023


Coffee Break Seminar: Fantastic fungi and how to keep them healthy

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Short presentation followed by Q&A with Dr Jessica Bergman (Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge) on Fantastic fungi and how to keep them healthy. Coffee Break...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 19 May 2023


Coffee Break Seminar: Forecasting risks from invasive pests like locusts affecting staple food crops in Sub-Saharan...

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Global Food Secuirty Coffee Break Seminar 3rd February 2023
Speaker: Dr Renata Retkute (Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge)

In this talk, Dr Retkute...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 24 Feb 2023


Coffee Break Seminar: Sharing Landscapes: Competition between managed honeybees and wild bees

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Short presentation followed by Q&A with Nynke Blomer (PhD candidate, Zoology, University of Cambridge) and Benny Qihao Shen (PhD candidate, Archaeology, University of Cambridge)...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 26 May 2023


Developing a predictive model for an emerging epidemic on cassava in sub-Saharan Africa

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GFS Coffee Break talk by Dr David Godding (Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge)

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 21 Oct 2022


Dietary Downfall: Examining the Role of Diet and Nutrition in the Depopulation of St. Kilda, Scotland

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Short presentation given on 3 March 2023 followed by Q&A with Zsuzsanna Ihar, (Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge) on Dietary Downfall:...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 14 Apr 2023


Food for Thought Panel Talk. The Government’s Healthy Eating Strategy: Can we afford to scrap it?

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What harm does junk food really do us? Do we need legislation to control its consumption? Recent research has found a connection between the dramatic global rise in cancer amongst...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 21 Oct 2022


Food for Thought Panel Talk: Why can't we keep our children healthy?

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An online panel event organised in collaboration with Cambridge Reproduction SRI on the international challenges of early years nutrition.

Our panel of experts on international...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 25 Nov 2022


Food For Thought: Best Before: balancing food safety and food waste

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This webinar examined the connection between food labelling and food waste, and how much food is wasted because of the way it is labelled.

Our expert panel discussed what the...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 9 Dec 2022


Food for Thought: Eating local: The key to food security?

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This Cambridge Global Food Security on-line panel event took place on Thursday, 25 May, 2023 from 18:00 to 19:00

Is eating local the answer to food security and climate change?...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 26 May 2023


Forgotten Crops Society Dialogue Series "The Global Food Crisis: How should we respond?"

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For this, the sixth Dialogue of the Forgotten Crops Society, Professor Sayed Azam-Ali discussed the causes of our current global food crisis and the challenges that the food...

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Fri 19 May 2023


Forgotten Crops Society Dialogue Series. Maize: Examining Narratives of Crop Extinction

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Dr Helen Anne Curry talks about her recent book, Endangered Maize. Moderated by Professor Shailaja Fennell

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Tue 3 May 2022


GFS Coffee Break Talk: Sustainable Crop Nutrition

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Talk by Dr Min-Yao Jhu

Collection: Global Food Security

Institution: Department of Plant Sciences

Created: Mon 4 Jul 2022


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