This will be an innovative dining experience where you choose a menu board and create your own meal with nutritional guidance from Professor Alexandra Johnstone, from the Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen.
SRUC will be running a workshop teaching social network analysis (SNA) as part of the DataFest Fringe.
Food is connected with just about every aspect of our lives. With a ‘Good Food Nation Bill’ on the way in Scotland, SEFARI presents a week of tasty science exploring what we eat and how the nation’s diet affects our health and the health of the natural world.
This one day event will examine the future policy actions required to tackle Scotland’s obesity problem, following the conclusion of ‘A Healthier Future – Action, Ambitions on Diet, Activity and Healthy Weight’ consultation as we look ahead to the imminent Scottish Government strategy. This event is organised by
The 18th BioDundee International Conference - 'New perspectives, new opportunities: Life Sciences and Healthcare'
This Conference represents a wide spectrum of life science interests in and around the city of Dundee, from the ‘red end’ of medical sciences to the ‘green end’ with plant and crop science. This year's accompanying Networking Reception and Gala Dinner will have a murder mystery theme.
SEFARI is delighted to be one of several sponsors of this biennial conference, alongside the likes of SRUC and the James Hutton Institute. This is the twelfth iteration of Scotland’s Biennial Land Use and the Environment conference.
NSA Scotsheep is Scotland's one-day premier event and is an important one in the calendar for sheep producers in Scotland, North of England & Ireland.
We face some great challenges around the food we eat, and where we get it from. In SEFARI, Scotland has its own world-leading expertise helping meet those challenges.
The overall aim of the conference is to promote understanding of the role of the complex microbial ecosystems present in the digestive tract of man and animals, in maintaining health of the host.