Innovation Biocamp

Innovation Biocamp

Apply now for €7000 worth of fully funded, specialist training for your business.

New, high-growth, bio-based businesses can benefit from an intensive, week-long course giving them the tools they need to commercialise their idea and their company. Includes follow-on coaching for a year after the workshop. This event is part of the EU-funded project BioBase4SME and builds on last year’s successful Biocamp.

More information here


STFC Food Network + Sandpits on Soil Health and Supply Chains

STFC Food Network + Sandpits on Soil Health and Supply Chains

STFC Food Network + (part of N8 AgriFood) will be holding Sandpits at the Rothamsted Research campus on the 26th and 27th February next year. 

We will be running the following concurrently from around 11am on Monday 26th February to about 6pm on Tuesday 27th February 2018:
* Transforming Food Supply Chains for a Sustainable Future
* Measuring the Ground Truth

You can find full details about the sandpits. If you would like to apply for either ‘Transforming Food Supply Chains for a Sustainable Future’ or ‘Measuring the Ground Truth’ please apply by Wednesday (6th December)

You can find full details about the sandpits on the email below.


The annual Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA)

The annual Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA)

The Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) has been contributing to the debate on agriculture and the environment in Brussels since 2008. The FFA is now firmly established as the premier event where agriculture and environment meet each year.

The annual Forum for the Future of Agriculture (FFA) will return to the Square, Brussels on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 for another stimulating debate on the future of European and world agriculture. Save the date in your diary now.


Living Territories 2018

Living Territories 2018

The conference will look into the benefits of territorial approaches to agricultural production, agri-chain regulation and services provision. Furthermore, specialists will explore ways for territorial strategies to contribute to renovating the framework for development. N8 Agri Food is keen to engage internationally and this event would be of particular interest to our N8 researchers. If you plan to attend, please get in touch with Marianna Ventouratou-Morys.

Programme.


Global Forum For Food and Agriculture

Global Forum For Food and Agriculture

The Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA) is an international conference that focuses on central questions concerning the future of the global agri-food industry.

This is a free to attend event.

Register here.


Physics in Food Manufacturing

Physics in Food Manufacturing

Registration is now open for the first annual meeting of the Physics in Food Manufacturing Group.

The event will address themes in which physics and academia-industry collaborations are likely to make the greatest impact on challenges currently facing food manufacturing, such as health and nutrition concerns, minimising waste and environmental impact, improving food security, responding to population growth and globalisation and improving productivity, developing and manufacturing successful products.

Invited speakers include:


Sensors for Food and Agriculture

Sensors for Food and Agriculture

Professor Bruce Grieve, N8 Chair of agri-sensors and electronics at the University of Manchester, will speak at the annual Sensors for Food and Agriculture conference taking place in Cambridge 5-6 December 2017.

The application of sensor technology in agriculture and food production is a rapidly growing activity encompassing remote sensing, the Internet of Things, biosensors for crop disease, animal welfare, pathogens in food and food freshness. Join us at SFA17 to explore these and other applications.




AMR

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