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Warwick Food GRP:

Welcome to a new webinar series that will be highlighting research and other activities associated with our current and past themes:
Our 15th Webinar on Wednesday 22nd February 4.30-5.30pm (UK time), will be led by

Dr Radu Cimpeanu

Associate Professor, Mathematics

University of Warwick

He will led a discussion on 'Growing the next generation mathematical modelling framework for the cultivated meat industry'

It will form part of our Food Security theme

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Our 14th Webinar on Wednesday 25th January 4.30-6.00pm (UK time), was led by

Dr Anne Coufopoulos & Alexandra Harper

Executive Dean (School of Health, Sport and Food) & Dietitian

University College Birmingham

They led a discussion on 'Homelessness and its impact on the diet and health of women and children'

It formed part of our Food Security theme

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Our 13th Webinar on Monday 5th December, 4.30-6.00pm (UK time), was led by

Dr Lucy Aphramor

Associate Professor Gender, Power and the Right to Food

Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience Coventry University

They led a discussion on 'Does Food System Transition Need Public Health Nutrition Abolition?

It forms part of our Healthy FoodLink opens in a new window theme

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Our 12th webinar on Wednesday, 16 November 2022, 4-5.30 pm (UK time),
was led by

Dr Agata Stronciwilk

Assistant Professor at the Institute of Art Studies at University of Silesia in Katowice and Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice (Poland)

She talked about: ‘Food, Art and Migration'

It forms part of our Food & Drink Cultures theme

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Imogen Bevan

Our eleventh (hybrid) webinar on 8 June 2022, 6.30-8 pm, was led by Imogen Bevan,
Research Fellow in Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh, imogen.bevan@ed.ac.uk

She talked about: ‘Sugar: a substance of kinship and relatedness? Practices of growing children in a Scottish neighbourhood'

It forms part of our Food & Drink Cultures theme

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Dr John Ingram

Our tenth webinar was led by Dr. Alastair Smith from University of Warwick.

The title of the talk was ‘International Food Prices actually Higher than for Most of Modern History: Why don’t more people know?'

It forms part of our Food Security theme

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Dr John Ingram

Our ninth webinar was led by Dr. Sara Pennell from the University of Greenwich

The title of her talk was ‘Prince Henry's Sweet tooth? How to shop for a banquet and bring it alive in the present’.

It forms part of our Food & Drink Cultures theme

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Dr John Ingram

Our eighth webinar was by Dr. John Ingram from the University of Oxford Environmental Change Unit.

The title of the webinar was ‘Enhancing Food System Resilience’.

It is part of our Food Security theme

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Sue Cleve

Our seventh webinar was by Dr. Sue Kleve from Monash University.

The title of the webinar was 'Harnessing community expertise to reimagine a food secure future in Cardinia Shire Council'

It is part of our 'Food Security' theme.

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Our sixth webinar was by Professor Rob Procter, Department of Computer Science, Warwick University and Alan Turing Institute for Data Science and AI.

The title of the webinar was Applications of Data Science and AI for Food Safety Risk Detection

It is part of our 'Food Security' theme.

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Our fifth webinar was by Susan Flavin, Allen J. Grieco and Peter Scholliers.

The title of the webinar was 'Food and Drink Cultures Through the Ages'.

It is part of our 'Food & Drink Cultures' theme.

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Charlotte AllenderGraham TeakleOur fourth webinar was by Dr Charlotte Allender and Dr Graham Teakle from the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick.

The title of the webinar was 'Vegetable variety – how diversity in our crops keeps food on our plates'

It is part of our 'Food and Environment' theme.

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Gurpinder

Our third webinar was by Dr Gurpinder Lalli, Senior Lecturer in Education and Inclusion Studies at University of Wolverhampton.

The title of the webinar was 'Come dine with me! The school restaurant: A space for social learning?'

It is part of our 'Food Security' theme.

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Mary SwanderOur second webinar was by Mary Swander, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emerita, Iowa State University, Executive Director of AgArts and Artistic Director of Swander Woman Productions.

The title of the webinar was 'Addressing Food System Issues through Drama and the Creative Arts' and is part of our 'Food Cultures' theme.

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Dr Tom  BarberOur first webinar was by Dr Tom Barber, Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist at the University of Warwick and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW).

The title of the webinar was 'Obesity', and is part of our ‘Food and HealthLink opens in a new window’ theme.
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This event was in collaboration with the Health GRP.

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