CCRI student, Kate Smith, has successfully completed her MSc by Research degree, which involved evaluating the use of 3D landscape visualisation technology (Google Earth) for enhancing and improving participation in Natural Flood Management
A new knowledge and information platform for agriculture and forestry has just been launched to help practitioners and advisers access information
We are delighted to announce that CCRI’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Marco Della Gala successfully defended his PhD thesis on 9th May 2018
Media coverage relating to the Sofia food app ‘MiLarder’
Matt Reed was interviewed on the Kate Clark BBC Radio Gloucestershire programme yesterday (25th February) about the newly launched local food app, ‘MiLarder’.
CCRI researchers have launched a Smartphone app to help people source local food. The app is called ‘MiLarder’ and can be downloaded for free from iOS and Android app stores.
We will be setting up stalls at the Cheltenham and Cirencester farmers’ markets (on 10th and 11th November respectively) to give short talks and chat with members of the public about our latest food and farming research and how it affects the products we buy. These are free events as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.
CCRI’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Marco Della Gala, will be in Vicenza, Italy, between 18th to 20th September to participate in PRO-VE2017 – 18th Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises.
Some abstracts of the CCRI presentations are now available for the XXVIIth ESRS Conference, which took place in Krakow, Poland, from 24th to 27th July.
The CCRI has a long pedigree of using traditional research methods within social sciences and collectively has decades of experience within its team. Over the past few months, we have been exploring a set of new research techniques and asking people to help us with their development.