We are pleased to announce that Agri-Tech East has welcomed a new member to our award-winning team, Alex Dinsdale, to help support our future growth plans, in keeping with the fact that so many of our members are based in the wider UK and internationally.
GROW, the UK’s first agri-tech business plan competition, aims to encourage entrepreneurial thinking into the industry. Closing date for registration is 28th February 2020.
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To support our ambitious development plan across the UK, in a constantly growing environment, we are currently recruiting for a number of Technical Sales Advisors to cover proximal sales areas throughout the UK.
Fafaza, is a precision crop spraying technology that performs plant recognition and individual treatment in real time. It has been developed by innovation specialist Cambridge Consultants.
To understand which flowers are important for bees, scientists from the Earlham Institute (EI), with the University of East Anglia (UEA), have developed a new method to rapidly identify the sources of bee pollen.
Asian soybean rust has a devastating impact on soybean, an internationally important crop with 346 million tonnes produced globally. Now its complex genome has been assembled providing an opportunity for new types of control.
Results from long-running agricultural experiments are being made openly available to other scientists by the Global Long-Term Agricultural Experiment Network to support greater collaboration between projects and foster the discovery of new insights.
Applications are invited for fully-funded four-year PhD studentships in the world’s first Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Agri-Food Robotics.
The Missouri Agri-Tech Connect Programme, which provides a gateway for UK businesses to the heart of US agricultural production, now includes introductions, networking events and 4 nights accommodation. Facilitated by the Missouri Partnership and Agri-Tech East – deadline13th December.