Farmers, land managers and consumers of natural resources (forestry, water etc.) know that direct action is needed now to tackle the impacts of climate change, not only plans to mitigate in 5-10 years’ time. Research organisations and businesses on the Norwich Research Park are leading with real-world solutions, and we invite forward-thinking adopters to help us get our science into the hands of those who can effect the change we need in East Anglia, nationally and globally.
This seminar and network session offers practical examples of how modern technologies and methods are being applied in partnership to help businesses, industry organisations, NGOs, and government agencies to respond and adapt to present and future challenges.
Five short talks from organisations across the Norwich Research Park will be followed by lunch and networking, and you can also book a private 1-2-1 meeting with speakers and business managers to help explore your specific needs. Contributions by the Earlham Institute, John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, Quadram Institute Biosciences and University of East Anglia. Representatives from our business community will also be on hand.
About Agri-Tech Week
Agri-Tech Week is a unique programme made up of a series of bespoke events curated by Agri-TechE and hosted by invited partners across the Agri-TechE membership.
Designed to showcase some of the latest thinking in agriculture-related research and farming practice, Agri-Tech Week is an opportunity to gain new knowledge, strengthen networks and gather fresh insights.
The programme might consist of online and in person seminars, workshops, visits and discussion sessions, aimed at connecting up the agri-tech innovation ecosystem across a variety of current topics.