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The YES22 programme draws to a close this week, the 27th annual cohort of our innovative competition developed to raise awareness among Master’s and PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, research fellows and technicians how ideas can be commercialised. After completing the ten-week programme last term, six teams have been selected to pitch in the final of ...
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In the context of global challenges in climate change, food security and zero carbon campaign, UK-China research and innovation cooperation in agricultural transitions and sustainability becomes increasingly important. With funding support from the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), a workshop was held online on 28 November 2022 with the theme: UK-China cooperation in agricultural ...
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This blog is written by Professor Simon Mosey, Director of the Haydn Green Institute Many thousands of words have been written explaining why hosting the upcoming football world cup in Qatar is a bad idea. We would add the fundamental point that hosting the tournament in winter in one of the smallest, hottest, and most ...
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