Archive for January, 2017

Minister of Ag George Eustace speaking about Brexit issues at Leafy Salads Conference

Ideas on Science PO ‘s and pesticide registration   

https://www.periscope.tv/AHDB_Hort/1MnxnrlQyYOxO?autoplay&t=17

Your change to comment on the Govt Ideas

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/579732/uk-bioeconomy-call-for-evidence.pdf

Govt Industrial Strategy

The Govt Strategy  if nothing else read the chapters on Research and Skills  . ‘ In both sections the lack of connection between academia (where all the money goes) and industry in noted and measures outlined to tackle it . It’s the fifth time I have read these commitments in this century    . I guess the academics retaining their  money  will ensure  failure again’ GPW

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/585273/building-our-industrial-strategy-green-paper.pdf

Optimising your AD plan

How can you get the best from your AD plant, maximising your performance and minimising your problems? This meeting will look at the latest ideas and technologies from the Yorkshire and Humber region and beyond.

The full programme and registration details area are available on Eventbrite

If you are interested contact info@biovale.org

One of Mrs May’s twelve wishes but its more of a request thank an aim

10. A deal on for science and tech

The PM said Brexit Britain must be “one of the best places in the world for science and innovation.”

She added: “One of our great strengths as a nation is the breadth and depth of our academic and scientific communities, backed up by some of the world’s best universities.

“And we have a proud history of leading and supporting cutting-edge research and innovation.

“So we will also welcome agreement to continue to collaborate with our European partners on major science, research, and technology initiatives.

“From space exploration to clean energy to medical technologies, Britain will remain at the forefront of collective endeavours to better understand, and make better, the world in which we live.”