The new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Agri-Food Robotics at the Universities of Lincoln, Cambridge and East Anglia is looking for enthusiastic, talented students to join its new 4-year programme. It offers fully funded places available for UK/EU students with 3 years’ UK residency to conduct their PhD studies in a vibrant and research-intensive environment. For more information and to apply, click the …
Agritech innovation has been given a funding boost of £4.78 million to turn cutting-edge research into commercially attractive technology. The fund will be delivered by the newly formed Ceres Agritech Knowledge Exchange Partnership, which aims to pool the research expertise of five universities and three agricultural research centres with support and expertise of commercial partners.
The Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology are delighted to sponsor the Lincolnshire Farming Conference in 2018. On Tuesday 27th February 2018, the Lincolnshire Farming Conference returns to the iconic Lincolnshire Showground with the theme of ‘Farming in the Future’. Amongst the speakers at the event will be our Professor in Agri-Robotics, Professor Pal From, who will be
Robotics, automation and associated technologies As part of Arable Horizons hosted by Farmers Weekly, University of Lincoln Professors, Tom Duckett, School of Computer Science / lead for Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems and Simon Pearson, Founder of the Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT), will be speaking at the National Space Centre, Leicester, on 26th April 2017. Arable Horizons is a … Continue reading Prof Duckett to speak at Agri-Robotics event →
Robotics, automation and associated technologies – an Arable Horizons talk As part of Arable Horizons hosted by Farmers Weekly, University of Lincoln Professors, Tom Duckett, School of Computer Science and Simon Pearson, Founder of LIAT, will be speaking at the National Space Centre, Leicester, on 26th April 2017. Arable Horizons is a series of 5