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This webinar will provide an introduction to the SCI's Agrisciences Group and give an insight into how the SCI's Agrisciences Committee works.
SCI's Agrisciences Group is a unique multidisciplinary network covering the production, protection and utilisation of crops for food and non-food products. We have 250 members including academic and industry leaders, researchers, consultants, PhD students and postdocs, lecturers, and retired members.
SCI’s Agrisciences Committee has 18 members and works on behalf of the Group to organise conferences, facilitate networking, provide career support, produce articles for SCI journals including Pest Management Science and the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, and organise visits to external organisations. The committee supports people at all stages of their career - whether these are individuals looking for their first role or experienced professionals in the agrisciences sector.
This webinar will be split into two parts.
Part one (14:00-15:00 GMT)
An open discussion:
COP26 - What does it mean for the future of agriculture?
A review of the social media discussion of the event will be presented followed by an open debate. Attendees will be encouraged to share their views and opinions on the climate conference as it pertains to agriculture.
Part two (15:00-16:30 GMT)
This will be an SCI Agrisciences committee meeting which you are most welcome to join and see what we do.
This event will be of interest to people looking to hear more about the SCI Agrisciences Committee and the work that we do to support innovation in agriculture, as well as people interested in joining the SCI Agrisciences Group and/or Committee.
The committee aims to support people at all stages of their career - whether these are individuals looking for their first role or experienced professionals in the agrisciences sector.
The programme will be confirmed in due course.
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SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points.
Jeraime Griffith, Cognizant
Kathryn Knight, Croda
Robin Blake, Compliance Services International (CSI)