Next month, Professor Damian Maye will be presenting at a Royal Geographic Society event that will be discussing the economic and social impacts related to COVID-19.
Further to our previous news item regarding a call for papers at the forthcoming RGS-IBG conference, we are delighted to announce that Professor Damian Maye will also be convening a sessions and is now inviting abstracts to be submitted for consideration.
Over the last two years, Professor Damian Maye has been working with fellow academics Moya Kneafsey, Lewis Holloway and Michael K. Goodman on an exciting new book about the future of food.
Three researchers from CCRI will be presenting at an online seminar on 26th January at the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data.
The latest edition of the Journal ‘Emerging Topics in Life Sciences’ is a Special Issue focussed on ‘Biosecurity: Tools, behaviours and concepts’ and features an article written by Damian Maye.
A recent article by Julie Ingram and Damian Maye on digitalisation and agricultural knowledge has now been included in a new ebook.
The summer period has been a successful time for CCRI researchers with five papers having been published or accepted for publication.
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.