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'Food System Resilience' Programme Coordination Award made to support knowledge exchange and translate research outputs
GFS and the ‘Food System Resilience’ programme partners are pleased to announce that Dr John Ingram and his team at the Environmental Change Institute in the University of Oxford have been awarded the programme coordination award. The Food System Resilience programme is a five year interdisciplinary research programme aiming to address a major food security challenge: ‘Resilience of the UK food system in a global context’.
Earlham Institute embraces green HPC for collaborative genome analysis at Icelandic data centre Verne Global
Leading genomics and bioinformatics research institute chooses Icelandic data centre to study geographically distributed HPC bioinformatics platforms to reduce costs and help promote a sustainable bioeconomy through renewable energy-efficiency. The Earlham Institute (EI) has announced its new partnership with Verne Global, a global-based developer at the forefront of data centre infrastructure design.
Stress is a common problem often resulting in poor health and mental disorders. New research has revealed that current concepts on how stress hormones act on the brain may need to be reassessed.