Posts Tagged with: Birmingham as a laboratory

Government Chemist Conference: Homo sapiens or pan narrans?

Posted on 14th June 2018 by Kate Cooper

Are we, I ask at the start of my presentation to the Government Chemist Conference on 14th June, home sapiens (wise wo/man) or pan narrans, the story-telling ape?

Birmingham as a laboratory & the Community Choices programme

Posted on 5th April 2018 by Kate Cooper

This blogpost is further update from my blogpost last August on  how this city is and can contribute to global food resilience and sustainability through our Community Choices Action Research programme. 

Community Choices: Changing diets, changing landscapes

Posted on 26th August 2017 by Kate Cooper

This blogpost is an update on our thinking and conversations about how this city could contribute to global food resilience and sustainability through our Community Choices Action Research programme. 

Birmingham as a ‘laboratory’: Changing diets, changing landscapes

Posted on 16th September 2016 by Kate Cooper

How are we going to feed the world’s growing population? This is a really hard problem, taxing the brains of leading scientists as well as governments and the likes of the United Nations.