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This two-day online event showcased some of the excellent research happening in Wales (with special guests from leading EU institutions) which is helping to deliver agricultural systems fit for the 21st century. Hosted by the three Research Networks Wales and supported by SCoRE Cymru, the event took place on 15 and 16 February 2022 with over 100 participants joining this online conference. For  more information, visit the website here >>

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The sessions with available videos are below. For slides, please visit the conference website and select the speaker profile.

Agriculture as an Industry - putting our food on the table

00:02:07             Professor David Lloyd, ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre Director, Cardiff Metropolitan University

00:13:53             Pete Robertson, Chief Executive at FDF Cymru

00:30:01             Pryderi Ap Rhisiart, Managing Director, M-Sparc

00:49:31             James Phillips, Senior Portfolio Manager - Agri-food Business and Innovation, BBSRC

01:04:51             Jon Foot, Head of Environment & Resource Management, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

Agricultural Products and Bioprocessing

00:00:01             Professor Huw Summers, Biomedical Engineering, Swansea University and Director, Engineering Research Network Wales

00:04:48             Dr Alla Silkina, Research Officer, Biosciences, Swansea University

00:20:46             Rob Elias, Director of Biocomposites, Bangor University

00:38:38             Professor Sandra Esteves, Sustainable Environment Research Centre, University of South Wales

01:00:15             Professor Darren Oatley-Radcliffe, Chemical Engineering, Swansea University

01:18:12             Dr Chris Wright, Biomedical Engineering, Swansea University

Keynote - Unlocking the ecology of plant-microbe interactions to drive the next green revolution

00:00                   Professor Julia P Jones, Conservation Science, Bangor University

02:25                   Professor George Kowalchuk, Utrecht University

Keynote - Agriculture greenhouse gas emissions: measurements, mitigation and more

00:00                   Professor Huw Summers, Biomedical Engineering, Swansea University and Director, Engineering Research Network Wales

02:09                   Professor Dave Chadwick, Bangor University