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Collaboration boosts UK’s food economy

The Centre for Global Eco-Innovation’s project Farm Urban has been featured on the National Centre for Universities and Business website as a success story. The piece highlights how the Centre placed a student internship with the business which specialises in urban farming technologies.

Founder of Farm Urban, Paul Myers said: “Working with Inventya and the Centre for Global Eco-Innovation to secure this placement elevated our research capacity and has helped us to attract additional contracts and further the business. This shows how important it is for university, government and business to continue to collaborate together to solve environmental problems.”

Read more about the success story

The Centre for Global Eco-Innovation is part financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

Fri 29 May 2015