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Dr Stéphanie Swarbreck interviewed by Cambridge Global Food Security

last modified May 08, 2018 11:06 AM
Dr Stéphanie Swarbreck from the Department of Plant Sciences is featured in the Cambridge Global Food Security “Meet the Researcher” series, where she speaks about her research, which aims to make wheat production cheaper and more sustainable.

Stéphanie is currently involved in the CINTRIN (the Cambridge-India Network for Translational Research in Nitrogen) project that tries to reduce the crop nitrogen requirement. The project a collaboration between Cambridge’s Department of Plant Sciences, the Sainsbury Laboratory (SLCU), ADAS, and NIAB.

You can read the whole interview on the Cambridge Global Food Security website

Stéphanie is our Plant Sciences champion in the Agri-food sector and represented the Department at the Oxford Farming Conference 2018. You can read her thoughts and impressions on the conference here

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