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Cambridge Global Food Security Symposium

When Sep 06, 2017
from 08:45 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Buckingham House, Murray Edwards College
Contact Name Jacqueline Garget
Attendees Registration required. See website for details
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Cambridge researchers are invited to attend a day of multi-disciplinary talks and interactive sessions, with a keynote on the future of food systems by Professor Tim Bentonformer UK Champion for Global Food Security. Other topics for presentation and discussion include: sustainable food production, application of digital technologies to food supply, food diversity and climate, and thinking locally about global food systems and health. 

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