Brazil, the second largest beef producer in the world, could lead the way in sustainable intensification in agriculture, according to research published by an N8 scientist.

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Eating insects instead of beef could help to tackle climate change by reducing harmful emissions

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Dominic Moran is Professor of Environmental Economics at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), Edinburgh and N8

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Professor Jason Halford, N8 AgriFood’s theme leader of improved consumption & health, will lead a discussion panel at the 24th …

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Knowledge Exchange Fellows (KEFs) link N8 AgriFood with external organisations such as industry, government bodies and NGOs, to develop …

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N8 AgriFood has partnered with research and consultancy company ADAS to co-host a workshop for the farming sector and academic scientists …

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  With an estimated 12 million loaves sold in the UK every day, bread remains a staple of the British diet. In a groundbreaking …

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N8 AgriFood represented at prestigious HE conference in Paris
Professor Koen Lamberts , Vice-Chancellor and president of the University of York and chair of the N8 Board and Jonathan Oxley, N8 AgriFood'…

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National plant and crop science societies and organisations from around the world have established the Global Plant Council (GPC) to …

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N8 scientist outlines plan to reduce the environmental footprint of Brazilian beef
Brazil, the second largest beef producer in the world, could lead the way in sustainable intensification in agriculture, according to …

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As part of the Drivers of Food Choice (DFC) Competitive Grants Programme, an international team of researchers in Ghana, the UK and France …

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New paper co authored by N8 Agrifood Academic Lead published
Professor Bob Doherty, N8 AgriFood's Academic Lead at the University of York , has a new co authored paper that has been published in the …

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