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Key molecules derived from enzymatic treatment of wafer batter and their impact on batter rheology

The Food Consortium CTP is an industry-led collaborative programme that aims at developing highly skilled PhD researchers and providing an innovation ecosystem through collaboration and partnership between four major food manufacturers together with Campden BRI and the Haydn Green Institute (Nottingham University Business School). Read more

Environmental regulation of crop productivity

Crop productivity is highly dependent on environmental conditions. Understanding the mechanisms by which plants respond to environmental signals will therefore allow us to select for climate resilient crops and improve global food security. Read more

CO2 perception and responses in plants – building new connections

Land plants must constantly adjust and adapt to their environment. Environmental fluctuations often culminate in stress for plant growth, disrupt carbon and water balance, and affect crop productivity and fresh-water use. Read more

Inga agroforestry to enhance soil regeneration and carbon sequestration in degraded tropical soils.

Extensive tracts of land in the tropics have already been cleared of forest, used first to grow crops and then as pasture. The removal of the tropical forest severely diminishes the capacity of the ecosystem to retain nutrients and carbon in the soil. Read more
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Engineering stomatal patterning in plants for enhanced water use efficiency

Globally, fresh water usage has increased 6-fold in the past 100 years, twice as fast as the human population, and is expected to double again before 2030, driven mainly by agriculture. Read more

Characterising rice genetic diversity in the mekong delta to sustain future crops (DE_VEGA_E22DTP)

Rice is a versatile carbohydrate essential to diets worldwide and a staple for over 50% of the human population. Rice production in Vietnam is of enormous value, both as an export commodity and a daily food staple for more than 96 million people in Vietnam. Read more

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