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Global Food Security Cambridge Symposium

When Jul 08, 2015
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where Sainsbury Laboratory
Attendees University of Cambridge researchers.
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Bookings are now open for the one-day symposium taking place at the Sainsbury Laboratory on Wednesday 8th July 2015, 9.30–4.30. The aim of the day is to learn about and be inspired by food security research taking place across the University, and explore ways in which collaboration across disciplines can bring greater impact. Speakers from all Schools in the University will be speaking on topics ranging from zoonoses to forests and food security, resource limitations on the Ugandan food system to food supply chain risks and sustainability.

The event is aimed principally at University of Cambridge researchers, and a Raven account is required to access booking details. Please  if this does not apply to you but you are still interested in attending.

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