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Congratulations to Recipients of Cambridge Global Food Security Early Career Researcher Travel Grants

last modified Jun 05, 2017 11:09 AM

Congratulations to the following BBSRC DTP Programme students for their successful applications to the Early Career Researcher Travel Fund, provided by the Isaac Newton Trust and Cambridge Global Food Security.

William Summers - Department of Plant Sciences

Erasmus zu Ermgassen - Department of Zoology

Laura Bouvet - NIAB


Awards support travel, accommodation and subsistence costs and were available to members of the Global Food Security Initiative, which is a virtual network of researchers across the University, from crop scientists and engineers to specialists in policy, economics and public health. The Initiative promotes interaction and knowledge sharing, and supports collaborative research to address the issues surrounding food security at local, national and international scales.

Email the Coordinator ( to become a member of the Initiative.