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A networking organisation for plants-related research and impact

Timing is crucial in agriculture, through the cycle of sowing to harvest and calving to slaughter, but also for strategic decision-making such as predicting demand for perishable goods and automation to extend the working day.

The ability to manage and manipulate time is increasing. REAP 2021 will explore the many ways this is happening through advances in technology and breakthroughs in science.

Please find more information HERE.

CambPlants is coordinating the University's virtual exhibition stand at REAP. University of Cambridge staff and students, from any department, are welcome to provide Karen with any relevant journal articles/posters/short presentation videos of food security, crop science, agriculture, or agri-tech related research or practice that you would like to be included on our stand (subject to curation by CambPlants). Please let Karen know if you will be creating new content (such as a presentation video of your project) so that you can be provided with guidelines and logos. Submission deadline: 15 October.  

Please note the ticket bursary scheme advertised on the Conference website, with a closing date of 22 October.

University of Cambridge staff and students can also buy their tickets through CambPlants at a discounted rate by contacting Karen. Staff and students attending will have numerous opportunities to network with other delegates (the attendee profile includes stakeholders from other universities, research institutions, industry, start-up companies, students, and farmers).     

The University of Cambridge is a member of Agri-TechE, and students and staff can register for free events with their University email. Please contact if you have a query about paid events.



Wednesday, 10 November, 2021 - 09:00 to 17:00