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Almost 100 of the UK’s next-generation of science leaders will be granted a total £113m science funding boost to facilitate the commercialisation of their innovations and tackle global challenges from the climate crisis to chronic illness.
BFH and Schilliger Holz AG's pilot plant for producing extracts from indigenous forest biomass revolutionises the forestry and wood industry.
Researchers have developed a novel compound solution – based on the odours released by predator insects – to repel herbivorous insects and protect crops.
A group of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has discovered a key process through which dangerous crop-killing bacteria can infect plants.
The UK government are to offer farmers further advice, support, and funding to facilitate tackling the challenge of water pollution.
Researchers from Flinders University are investigating organic nitrogen fertiliser to return nitrogen to soil without the need for chemicals.
Cattle in Lincolnshire have been equipped with novel smart collars to aid the enhancement of important sand dune habitats.
An international consortium of scientists has discovered a novel way to convert tamarind shells into an energy source for vehicles.
Researchers at Texas A&M have discovered a way to use agriculture byproducts to produce sustainable bioplastics.
Researchers investigating deforestation in the Amazon report that commercial farms cause temperature increases and less rainfall.
A study from Forest Trends has indicated that the decline of tropical rainforests is due to the prevalence of illegal agriculture.
A new free to use, open-source software may potentially aid in designing sustainable cities worldwide, saving countries billions of pounds.
Researchers at KAUST have developed microneedles in several plant-friendly polymers that could enhance sustainable farming.
A long-term passive rewilding study has indicated that UK tree-planting targets could be attained via natural woodland regeneration methods.
A global study has revealed that food systems have far more substantial impacts on greenhouse gas emissions than previously anticipated.
With over 125 years’ experience in supporting the nation’s fisheries, NOAA Fisheries shares some of the work it is doing to ensure aquaculture has a positive impact on environmental, social, economic development.
A novel investigation into the Rubisco enzyme that is vital in plant photosynthesis may lead to methods that enhance crop yields and growth.
T-PIRC’s Professor Kazuo Watanabe explains how the centre is developing both the next generation plants and plant biotechnology.
Innovation News Network's International Editor, Clifford Holt, spoke to Roxane Feller, Secretary General of AnimalhealthEurope, about some of the challenges and opportunities facing animal health in Europe today.
Dr Thomas W Gray, from the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Co-operative Programs, explains why multi-stakeholder co-operatives may be able to bequeath more democratic organisational models and organisations to future generations that can help address sustainability questions and dilemmas.