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Learning by doing: Consumer research in Agribusines Master class in Vietnam

  Global Food Studies’ Dr Suzie Newman, Associate Professor Wendy Umberger and Dr Dale Yi contributed to the Agribusiness Master Class Program in Hanoi, Vietnam between 2 and 7 June 2014. The program was funded by¬† the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and the Crawford Fund. Dr Newman was the main coordinator of […]

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Changes in the global food system and how they may affect you

Director of Global Food Studies, Associate Professor Wendy Umberger delivered her speech “Food for thought: Changes in the global food sytem and how they may affect you” at the inagaural Research 21 Public Lecture Series organised by the Faculty of Professions, University of Adelaide on Thursday evening 29 May 2014. The forum was well-attended by […]

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Food Security Forum Wrap Up

Prof Kym Anderson’s wrap up comments A stellar line up of speakers and a capacity audience of over 200 delegates and speakers from 16 different countries and 5 Australian states ‘reframed’ the global agriculture and food research agenda. Research and policy priorities for agriculture, food and nutrition research were set and a call to action […]

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Listen: Prof Pinstrup-Anderson – 10 Action Issues Podcast

Click here to listen to the Podcast Prof Per Pinstrup-Anderson, World Food Prize Laureate, Cornell University and University of Copenhagen Food Security Issues to 2050: What are the biggest issues needing action and whose job is it? 10 Action Issues

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