The University of Nottingham’s Future Food Beacon of Excellence has joined Trustable Credit.
The Beacon is an open research platform working across global food systems to deliver sustainable food and nutritional security. They are bringing together the power of genome-enabled plant and animal sciences with cutting-edge nutrition science, food processing, manufacturing and digital technologies. Their research is also driven by an understanding of the economic, legal, social, cultural, historical, and ethical issues that underpin and shape food systems. Dr. Peter Noy, Associate Director for Research at the Beacon, said:
“Its great to hear what you are up to and this looks very relevant to what we are working on at the moment. Environmental, economic and cultural factors are impacting the sustainability of global agriculture, and being sure of data around food sustainability helps us maintain access to healthy food.”