AgriFood at York news and upcoming events
31 August 2018
The fourth round of the AgriFood at York Local Pump Priming is open, with a submission deadline of Thursday 18 October 2018.
31 August 2018
Continuing with the AgriFood at York Internal Seminars, Theme 3 (Improved Consumption and Health) led by Karen Bloor, is organising a workshop on 'Nutrition over the Life Course', to be held on Wednesday 26th September 2018, 12:00 - 14:00
11 June 2018
Leading researchers and industry experts and representatives from across the agrifood sector will debate some of the most pressing challenges facing the future of global food security at a major conference jointly hosted by the Universities of York and Liverpool.
23 April 2018
Theme 3 Lead, Professor Karen Bloor welcomes Dietician and author Ngaire Hobbins to speak to a mix of University and public attendees about her writings on preventing cognitive and physical decline in older age through good nutrition choices
12 April 2018
AgriFood at York is offering bursaries to PhD students and early career researchers to attend N8 AgriFood Conference 2018.
Deadline 21 May 2018.
20 October 2017
AgriFood at York Academic Lead Professor Bob Doherty reports that despite the recent focus on developing a more sustainable food sector, statistics highlight worsening trends.
16 October 2017
G7 Ministers of Agriculture and Pope Francis join the Director-General of the UN FAO in Rome today, for World Food Day 2017
22 May 2017
Following a successful series of preparation roadshows around campus, the second round of the AgriFood at York Local Pump Priming is open, with a submission deadline of Friday 23 June 2017.
6 December 2016
AgriFood at York's Academic Lead, Bob Doherty, discusses in The Conversation current challenges faced by producers and consumers of fairtrade chocolate.
7 November 2016
AgriFood at York is represented this week at the Knowledge Transfer Network Food Sector Advisory Board Meeting by Bob Doherty.
4 November 2016
This morning, Professor Bob Doherty, Lead for AgriFood at York, spoke on BBC Radio Four's Farming Today programme as part of a special feature on Country of Origin labelling for processed meat.