GFS will hold its fourth Policy Lab for PhD students and early career researchers on the 6-8th November 2019. This event aims to synthesize the latest knowledge and evidence on emerging food trends and their impact across the food system in order to inform policy and practice.
The winner and runner-up of the GFS Speak Up for Food Security research communication competition presented ‘The Problem with Food’ alongside Maia Elliott (GFS) at the popular science festival earlier this month.
Global Food Security is funding a further £1.8 million of interdisciplinary research to increase resilience of the UK food system in the final phase of the ‘Resilience of the UK Food System in a Global Context’ programme.
Today a report has been published arguing for a systemic approach to food policy across governments and businesses for health and sustainability.
A novel approach to addressing the challenges of the food system has marked its third successful year.
Research generated by scientists at University of Glasgow and The Pirbright Institute has shown that a targeted vaccination programme against foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) could alleviate poverty in eastern Africa.
Leading experts from the UK and in developing countries across the world are joining forces to tackle some of the most serious global challenges in a new multidisciplinary research programme launched today.
As a coordinator and facilitator of scientific research, with the aim of providing strong scientific evidence and influencing policy and practice, GFS identifies and convenes stakeholders and partners to develop multi-year research programmes
Most British adults report that the effects of climate change would encourage them to change their diet
According to a recent public survey commissioned by the Global Food Security (GFS) programme, many British adults recognise that the food system is a key contributor to climate change and would change their diets as a result of climate change.
UK scientists, in collaboration with groups in Europe and the US, have discovered why the green peach aphid (Myzus persicae) is one of the most destructive pests to many of our most important crops.
Rothamsted Research, which receives strategic funding from BBSRC, submitted an application 3 November 2016 to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) for permission to carry out GM field trials on the Rothamsted Farm between 2017 and 2019.
January 2017 sees the launch of a new 5-year project BBSRC Brassica, Rapeseed and Vegetable Optimisation (BRAVO), funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
To celebrate the 2021 UN International Youth Day, on Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health, 17 year old Emily Yanchuk, vice chair of Bite Back’s youth board, shares her insights. Emily demonstrates how youth are key agents of transformational change in the food system, and the importance of the youth voice.
- Date: 26 July 2021
Coinciding with the 2021 United Nations Food System Pre-Summit (26-28 July), the Global Food Security programme has published its new multi-stakeholder dialogue report. The report was selected to feed into the official UK Member State Dialogue for the UN Food System Summit.