The team at the Keele Centre for Food Security combines expertise across natural science, engineering, social sciences and arts and humanities. We work together to find new and better ways to improve food security.
We’re also supported by a wider network of colleagues and collaborators; all dedicated to building a more sustainable food future.
Plants, plant immune systems, environmental stress, insects, plant defences.
Sociology of consumption, everyday practices
Graphical Markov modelling and longitudinal data analysis, nutritional biostatistics.
Interface between material and analytical chemistry, development of sensors
GIS, remote sensing, geography of food
Structure of biological macromolecules, immune system
Medically unexplained symptoms (MUS), CBT (Cognitive behavioural therapy)
Molecular biologist and bioinformatician with expertise in the characterisation of entire microbial communities
Collaboration with Brazil developing novel phytochemical formulations for use against insect pests
Development of novel analytical techniques, biomarkers, metabonomics
Cultural and media studies, on and offline food activism, contemporary vegan politics activism
Analytical chemistry, analysis of natural products
Epidemiological applications in the field of global child health and clinical trial methodology
Soil science, terrestrial and aquatic biogeochemistry & soil-plant-microbe interactions
Pollutants, ecotoxicology, soil science, water quality
Entomology, chemical ecology, plant-insect interactions and biological control.
Anthropology, sociology, global health and community engagement
Innovation in systems of sustainable consumption and production, eco-innovation in the food and built
Public health, mental health
Food supply chains and logistics, disruptions, technological models, business models, food integrity, farm to fork
Sustainable resources management, circular design, food waste
Scale and governance of rural and urban environments, migration, community-based planning
Structure and function of biological macromolecules, immune system
Biology and ecology of thrips, sustainable crop pest management
Addressing sustainability through educational strategies
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