Thu 08 February, 2018

BBSRC are pleased to extend an invitation to you to attend the Priming Food Partnership Event to be held on the 15th March 2018. The event will take place atEdgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, B5 7QU.

Wed 06 December, 2017

ONE event

On the 27th November 2017, the 5 networks that make up the Oxford Network for the Environment came together to celebrate Oxford University’s outstanding interdisciplinary research.


Wed 06 December, 2017

Earlier this year, the Environmental Change Institute’s (ECI’s) food systems group held the First Oxford Meeting on Food System Impact Valuation. The Meeting, on the 11 and 12 of April 2017, brought together representatives from some of the world’s largest food companies, civil society, and academia, to discuss standardised and pre-competitive measurement and monetary valuation of environmental, social and health impacts from food systems.
Tue 03 October, 2017

Grazed and confused? FCRN report

An international research collaboration has shed light on the impact that grass-fed animals have on climate change. Its new study adds clarity to the debate around livestock farming and meat and dairy consumption.

Fri 11 August, 2017

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The Food Foundation have launched a competition to design a poster for a UK-wide advertising campaign that encourages children to eat more veg (#PeasPlease).

Mon 07 August, 2017

**Thank you for your interest, the position has now been filled.**

Wed 26 July, 2017

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Researchers from the University of Oxford have been awarded funding from the Research Councils UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) as part of a £6.3 million project to investigate how to achieve food security whilst protecting biodiversity and ecosystem services and promoting social equity.

Tue 27 June, 2017

Rockefeller Foundation

A number of positions are available at the new Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health, hosted by Oxford Martin School, to shape the growth of an entirely new field of research field: that of planetary health.

Mon 19 June, 2017

Professor Sir Charles Godfray

We are delighted to announce that Professor Charles Godfray, FRS, Hope Professor of Zoology, Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, and Fellow of Jesus College, has been knighted for services to scientific research and for scientific advice to government. Sir Charles is a population biologist whose work involves ecology, evolution and epidemiology. He is also interested in the interplay of science and policy, especially in the areas of the environment and food security.


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