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Seafloor nutrient vital in global food chain

Published
Monday 22nd March, 2021
Categories
Environment
Science

Eroded seabed rocks are providing an essential source of nutrition for drifting marine organisms at the base of the food chain, according to new research.

Two fish feeding near the ocean floor.

Strengthening research ties with Africa

Published
Friday 10th July, 2020
Categories
Global
Science
Society & Politics
Environment

The University is to be part of a new Africa-UK research collaboration, to identify ways the continent can produce enough food to feed its growing population.

The images show colourful food produce on display in an African market

Building up an appetite for a new kind of grub

Published
Monday 1st July, 2019
Categories
Environment
Global

Edible insects could be a key ingredient to avoiding a global food crisis, according to a new report, but there are significant barriers to overcome before they are part of the mainstream.

Cricket garnish

New £9m programme to transform food systems in Africa

Published
Thursday 22nd March, 2018
Categories
Environment
Global

A £9.2m research programme focused on improving policy making in Africa, to develop sustainable and productive agricultural systems which are resistant to climate change, has been launched.

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Importance of British food producers

Published
Friday 17th February, 2017
Categories
Environment
Working with Business
Environment
Working with Business

A new report is calling for the UK to be more self-sufficient in food production, in the wake of continued global uncertainty and reliance on food produced elsewhere in the world.

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