AGRI-net will foster multidisciplinary approaches translating existing and creating new tools and technologies towards the agri-sciences to address future challenges in food security and safety.
AGRI-net will provide a forum for research collaboration, host creativity events, facilitate knowledge exchange between academia, industry and policy makers and fund feasibility studies.
The activities of AGRI-net are directed by an executive board, aided by a steering committee that will advise on the running of the network. The day to day running is overseen by the network manager.
AGRI-net is one of 7 Chemical Biology networks funded though a RCUK collaborative network grant.