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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

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Cambridge Food Security Forum

The Cambridge Food Security Forum is an interdisciplinary network of PhD students and early career researchers at the University of Cambridge. It aims to promote interdisciplinary discussion amongst researchers, community groups and all who are interested in achieving a sustainable food system.  

Forum Chair 2017-18: Sarah Garland, Department of Plant Sciences

Sarah Garland  

the Chair, or follow the Forum on Twitter @CamFSF

LECTURE on 16 February 2018: the Cambridge Food Security Forum (CamFSF) and the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) organise a lecture on the geopolitical nuances of food systems. The keynote speaker will be Dr. David Nally, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. Click here for more details and registration. 

WEEKEND EVENT on 23-25 March 2018Innovation in Food Security Venture Creation Weekend for students, postdocs, professional and researchers working on emerging technologies and innovations in Food Security who are interested in learning how to translate their ideas into ventures as part of a start-up team. The event is organised by the Entrepreneurship Centre in collaboration with the Cambridge Food Security Forum. Booking for the event is now open. Early bird discount is available till 1 March 2018. Click here for more details and registration.

 


 

 

 

Listen to podcasts about food security from the Forum's Greedy Planet series. Based at the University of Cambridge we investigate the issues that threaten our food security and find out what people are trying to do about it.