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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 
  • 06May

    The Grants & Fellowships seminar run by experts of BBSRC/UKRI gave the chance to learn how to make a successful application, what opportunities are out there as a post-doc, and which mistakes applicants often make when applying for grants and fellowships - and how to avoid them! 

  • 30Apr

    Welcome to the Coffee Break Seminars. This is a relaxed online learning and discussion platform for our food security community. Talks take place every Friday during term time at 2.30 pm, GMT.  

  • 29Apr

    This popular event, with over 260 registered attendees, chaired by Professor James Wood, was a wide-ranging and fast-paced discussion on food waste, its causes, and possible solutions.   

  • 28Apr

    Disruptive protein technology and the market for sustainable food solutions are both growing at a mind-blowing pace. The New Food Conference is a unique, industry-oriented event that aims to accelerate and empower these innovative food technologies by bringing together key stakeholders.

  • 23Apr

    Welcome to the Coffee Break Seminars. This is a relaxed online learning and discussion platform for our food security community. Talks take place every Friday at 2.30 pm, GMT.  

    The next seminar is on 30 April at 2.30pm, GMT. Chioma Vivian Ngonadi "Understanding our ancestors' agricultural practices for better food security"

  • 01Apr

    Scientific innovation is transforming the response to pressing development challenges faced by the poorest half of the world’s population.

  • 31Mar

    Nutritional outcomes reflect how people live, not just what they eat. But trying to study this is hard, and requires a lot of teamwork with academics from other disciplines. How do we ensure that the suggestions from research are truly sustainable in multiple dimensions - appealing culturally, as well as affordable, tasty and nutritious? 

  • 29Mar

    India faces many challenges in improving food security. More obvious problems like drought are intertwined with a complex social and economic landscape. To be successful, India must meet head on with these challenges. A new, innovative vision of food security is needed.

  • 27Mar

    Introducing the algal species that could be a bigger part of your diet in the future. Learn more about the diversity of microalgae and their uses in food.

    Please find registration information HERE.

  • 26Mar

    Welcome to the Coffee Break Seminars. This is a relaxed online learning and discussion platform for our food security community. Talks take place every Friday at 2.30 pm, GMT.