- The 5th International Conference on Food Oral Processing will be hosted by the University of Nottingham in July 2018, bringing together around 200 industry and academic delegates interested in all aspects of eating and oral processing.
- The first student to receive funding under a new partnership between the University of Nottingham and Molson Coors has undertaken a research project that looks to improve the performance of yeast in high gravity brewing.
- When nature turns nasty plants can't run for cover, they have had to evolve to survive what the environment throws at them. Whether that's drought, flooding, saline soils or extreme temperatures, scientists, led by a team at the University of Nottingham, have now discovered that flowering plants have adopted a single biochemical mechanism to sense multiple environmental stresses, that enhances survival.
The centre is host to a team of experts exploring and promoting Urban Agriculture and Vertical Farming.
Innovative technologies are used to produce high value, safe and fresh foods.
This landmark conference on Vertical Farming and Urban Agriculture took place in Nottingham, September 2014.
The centre is based at a 100 acre countryside campus in Sutton Bonington.