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Agri-food

Driving the conversion of the UK’s bioscience knowledge into innovative agricultural, food and industrial bioscience products and processes.

Agri-Food at the Knowledge Transfer Network

The Knowledge Transfer Network’s Agri-Food team can help you or your business with funding, expertise and connecting with innovators from other sectors.

Please contact our Agri-Food Team:

Jayne Brookman – Head of Agri-Food
Bryan Hanley – Food Specialist
David Telford – KTM Agri – Livestock and Aquaculture
Simon Baty – KTM Food
Chris Danks – KTM Agri – Plants and Crops
Liliya Serazetdinova – KTM Agri – Plants and Crops
Charles Vander Broek – KTM Agri-Food & Industrial Biotech
Callum Harvey – KTM Agri – Livestock and Aquaculture
Debbie Tully – KTM Food

You may also be interested in the following KTN programmes:

Agri-Food Landscape map
Food Innovation Network

You can also keep up to date with news, funding and events across the Agri-Food sector by connecting with the KTN Agri-Food group on LinkedIn.

News
A Pre-Competitive Vision for the UK’s Plant and Crop Sector
Plants and crops underpin the health, wellbeing and food security of our growing population.
Agri-tech Catalyst Colombia Call
Help increase uptake of agri-tech innovation by farmers in post conflict and conflict-affected regions of Colombia.
Perspectives
How emerging imaging technologies are helping the agri-food sector
From facial recognition of cows to 3D vision systems in retail stores, new imaging technologies are improving efficiency across the agri-food sector.
Soil health plays key role in long-term agricultural profitability
The management of soil health has long been recognised as an important challenge in the agricultural sector.
The acid test
How to make sure extra virgin olive oil does what it says on the tin.
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Funding:

Horizon 2020: Sustainable Food Security (H2020-SFS-2018-2020 )

Businesses can apply for a share of €296m to tap into the potential from functional ecosystems to healthy food.
Opens:
16.10.17
Closes:
23.01.19
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UK-China collaboration to tackle antimicrobial resistance

UK researchers can apply for a share of up to £10 million for joint projects with Chinese partners to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Opens:
03.04.18
Closes:
06.06.18