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Cambridge and four other universities form agritech partnership

last modified Apr 12, 2018 01:45 PM
University of Cambridge, together with other four leading universities and research institutes, have formed a partnership to develop and commercialise agritech research, in order to improve sustainability, increase productivity and contribute to global food security.

The Ceres Agritech Knowledge Exchange Partnership is a collaboration between the universities of Cambridge, East Anglia, Hertfordshire, Lincoln and Reading, as well as the John Innes Centre, NIAB and Rothamsted Research. The new partnership will  enable effective sharing of commercialisation expertise, a key aim of Research England’s Connecting Capability Fund, which has awarded the partnership £4.78 million in funding.

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