31 Jan 2019
Networking session for academics interested in food systems in developing countries
Do your research interests align with food systems in developing countries? Are you interested in developing research partnerships focused on the intersection of culture, history, and society, with all stages of the food systems chain - from production through to consumption and policy - in lower and middle-income countries (LMICs)?
If yes, you may be interested in attending our Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) networking session on food systems in developing countries on Tuesday 5 February, between 12pm-2pm in Room B0.08, Brockington Building.
This workshop will support the development of research partnerships focusing on the intersection of culture, history and society with all stages of the food systems chain, from production through to consumption and policy, in LMICs.
Academics and students from all disciplines are welcome to attend. Book your place by emailing Laura Dale at L.Dale@lboro.ac.uk and please provide any dietary requirements for lunch.
Please also contact Laura by tomorrow (Friday 1 February) if you are interested in briefly presenting your research at the session.
This event is supported by the School of Business and Economics and the GCRF working group.