Damian Maye and Julie Ingram have just had a paper accepted for publication in ‘Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems’ that considers the implications of a digital transformation in agricultural production systems specifically for agricultural knowledge.
Dr Julie Ingram and Professor Damian Maye are leading a project that seeks to identify priority research questions for digital agriculture in the UK.
In our series of blogs related to sustainable food systems and Covid-19, Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins, Matt Reed and Damian Maye reflect on lessons learned during the ROBUST project.
In our series of blogs related to the Covid-19 pandemic and sustainable food systems, we have the pleasure of sharing a Blog written by Joy Carey who is coordinator of Bristol Going for Gold and a Consultant in Sustainable Food Systems Planning.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) is having huge impacts on the food system here in the UK and globally. It is bringing into sharp focus how and where our food is produced, processed and consumed. It has also highlighted a number of issues worthy of our attention.
The EU Horizon2020 project ‘SURE-Farm’ (Towards SUstainable and REsilient EU FARMing systems) has published a new Business Brief that aims to improve risk management for EU agriculture.
Damian Maye is co-author of a new paper which stems from the Horizon 2020 project ‘ROBUST’.
Publication success for CCRI researchers Jane Mills and Damian Maye. Jane has a soil themed paper published and Damian contributes chapters to two books.
More publication success for Researchers from CCRI. Damian Maye is lead author on two papers with Rob Berry co-authoring a paper written by former CCRI Masters’ student Katherine Smith.
The SURE-Farm team have issued a new policy brief on farm demographics and impacts on farm structure, which has been in part based upon work conducted by a CCRI case study focussed on arable farming in the East of England.