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Tina Barsby awarded an OBE in 2018 New Year Honours List

Tina Barsby awarded an OBE in 2018 New Year Honours List

Dr Tina Barsby, CEO of Cambridge-based crop science organisation NIAB and member of Cambridge Global Food Security's Steering Committee, has been awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year Honours List for services to agricultural science and biotechnology.

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Meet Dr Dan Tucker

He was the first in his family to go to college rather than become a farmer, and he’s now a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Public Health at the University of Cambridge and a consulting vet. Dan Tucker's latest work has taken him to the emerging economy of Myanmar in southeast Asia to look at the pig supply chain.

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October: Meet Dr Ksenia Gerasmiova

Ksenia Gerasimova is a Research Associate at the University’s Centre for Development Studies. She compares different modes of agricultural production to understand the complexities involved in each approach.

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Find out what you missed at 'GM Food: What's the Problem?'

Find out what you missed at 'GM Food: What's the Problem?'

GM Food: What’s the Problem? In an event hosted by Cambridge Global Food Security on 17 Oct 2017, experts from Cambridge University presented the facts about GM and answered questions from the public.

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Meet Professor Ian Hodge

With Brexit on the horizon, the UK needs a new agricultural policy. Ian Hodge, Professor of Rural Economy in Cambridge’s Department of Land Economy, believes this is our opportunity for a radical rethink.

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