Event: Fresh Ideas for Future Food Production in Lincolnshire

Join us for breakfast and networking on Wednesday 5th December at our Riseholme Campus Conference Centre. Between now and October 2020, the University of Lincoln are leading a European Regional Development Fund project to support small to medium sized agri-food enterprises in Lincolnshire to support innovation of services, products and process and development. The Lincoln …

College of Science Research Talk at Riseholme Campus

On Friday 23rd November 2018, various delegates within the College of Science research teams will deliver updates on their project findings. Featuring news from the Schools of Engineering, Life Sciences, Computer Science and the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology, the agenda for the proceedings can be viewed online. The event will start at 8:30am, with an …

Baseline Findings Shared During SalFar Project Meeting in Sweden

Between 11th and 12th October 2018, colleagues working on the SalFar (saline farming) research project met in Lund, Sweden. During the meeting, Dr Gary Bosworth, School of Geography at the University of Lincoln, presented his findings on the baseline study which explores the scope for saline agriculture and the extent of agricultural land affected by …

Breakfast Briefing Series Returns to Riseholme Campus

The Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology is delighted to announce that there is a new series of breakfast briefings taking place at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme Campus, with the first instalment in the series centred around the topic of “Food and Farm Waste: From Waste to Resource”. Taking place on Friday 9th November, guests will …

Prof Simon Pearson Discusses Advanced Agriculture and Food Industries at STS Forum, Kyoto

Professor Simon Pearson, Director of the Lincoln Institute of Agri-food Technology at the University of Lincoln, was invited to deliver a talk at the annual Science and Technology in Society forum on Monday 8th October 2018. Topics discussed were centred around ‘Advanced Agriculture and Food Industries’. The Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum aims …