CHAP event on future of agricultural biosolutions

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Crop Health & Protection (CHAP) is hosting a one-day event on 9 May to discuss the future of agricultural biosolutions.

CHAP is gathering stakeholders from across the industry at Stockbridge Technology Centre in North Yorkshire to:

  • Introduce CHAP facilities and capabilities;
  • Discuss challenges facing the agricultural biosolutions sector;
  • Identify opportunities for future projects and collaborations; and
  • Deliver a grant master class and CHAP agricultural biosolution workshop to develop new opportunities.

Click here to register for the event – there is a fee of £50 for CHAP members and £60 for non-members.

CHAP is one of four Centres for Agricultural Innovation in the UK, bringing together leading scientists with state-of-the-art facilities to help drive research and innovation and transform crop systems – visit their website to find out more about it.

Last edited on: 12:04:2019

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