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III International Symposium on Carrot and other Apiaceae : Abstract Submission is now open.

The III International Symposium on Carrot and other Apiaceae is coming to the UK in 2023. The event will be held over 4 days, starting on Monday 4th October and finishing on Thursday 7th October 2023. The Symposium will involve a series of Symposium sessions and seminars held at the York Racecourse and with a variety celebratory dinners held around the historic city of York. The Symposium is joining forces with the British Carrot Growers Association who are inviting delegates to visit their annual Field Demonstration Day.

The Chair of the Scientific Committee, Professor Rosemary Collier, University of Warwick, is inviting researchers from across to world to submit their abstracts for presentations at the Symposium.

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Wed 24 Aug 2022, 13:49

Speak up for Food Security

Are you currently undertaking a UKRI funded PhD or post doc? The Global Food Security programmes annual research story telling competition is open now, applications due by 5th September 2021

Thu 19 Aug 2021, 08:17 | Tags: food, funding, GRPNews

Food, Religion & Writing - Panel Discussion Recording

On 11 June 2021, our 'Food Cultures' theme staged a public debate involving participants from across the university & beyond. Co-hosted by José-Ricardo Aguilar González & Beat Kümin, panelists Mark Bratton (rector of St John the Baptist church, Berkswell), Giulia Champion (IAS-IATL), Elizabeth Dowler (Warwick Emeritus Professor & member of the Food Ethics Council) & Christopher Kissane (historian & writer) discussed the relationship between 'Food, Religion and Writing' - the video recording of this session is now freely available on the University's YouTube channel.

Tue 27 Jul 2021, 09:43 | Tags: food, panel, religion

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