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Presentations from HIP/ESKTN workshop now available via ESKTN TV

The full content of the workshop held at Begbroke Science park on 19th July 2013 are now available to watch here

Launch of the long-awaited UK agricultural technologies strategy

BIS have finally launched the UK agritech strategy today: the final element in the Government's Industrial Strategy: This strategy sets out for the first time how the government, science...

Raising crop yields though better use of water

Join experts in increasing crop yields to discover how advances in agronomic systems, crop diagnostics and monitoring, drought tolerance and crop nutrition can raise water productivity. SCI...

Defra Green Food Project report launched today

  In the Natural Environment White Paper, published in June 2011, there was a commitment to „bring together Government, industry and environmental partners to reconcile how we...

Not just one, TWO new funding opportunities supporting innovation in agriculture, food and drink

Jim Paice, Food and Farming Minister, launched a  £15 million programme  to stimulate innovation and growth in the food industry at the Farming, Food and Drink Innovate for...

Smart Food Processing & Manufacturing Symposium

  Smart Food Processing & Manufacturing Symposium An “e-Agri” Event Chancellors Conference Centre, Manchester, M14 6NN; 30 th May 2012 ...

Knowledge Exchange for Agriculture and Food - have your say

The Universities of Reading, Southampton and Cranfield, along with the Biosciences and Environmental Sustainability KTNs have a long history of expertise in the area of environmental...

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Knowledge Exchange for Agriculture and Food - have your say

The Universities of Reading, Southampton and Cranfield, along with the...

Smart Food Processing & Manufacturing Symposium

  Smart Food Processing & Manufacturing Symposium An “e-Agri”...

Not just one, TWO new funding opportunities supporting innovation in agriculture, food and drink

Jim Paice, Food and Farming Minister, launched a  £15 million programme  to...