The Platform has been established to (i) support the implementation of UK China cooperation initiatives in agriculture, food and environment sectors; (ii) promote cross-disciplinary collaborations; (iii) enhance communication and engagement amongst existing initiatives and stakeholders to maximize synergies and support policy development, and (iv) foster new cooperative partnerships.

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March 21, 2017

Welcome to UK China Knowledge Sharing and Mutual Learning Platform

The UK China Knowledge Sharing and Mutual Learning Platform (KSMLP) on agriculture, food and environment launched its dedicated website. 

June 05, 2017

Funding competition: Newton UK-China agritech challenge 2017

UK organisations can apply for a share of up to £8 million to work with Chinese partners on innovative agricultural solutions in China. Innovate UK and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) are investing up to £8 million (£4 million each) in projects that use cutting-edge technologies to solve agricultural challenges in China. The aim of this competition is to encourage innovative partnerships between the UK and China. Innovate UK, BBSRC and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) are funding this competition as part of the Newton Fund. Projects should address challenges related to agricultural technologies in one or more of these 3 sectors: • precision agriculture, agriculture digitisation and decision management tools • improving the efficiency of sustainable agricultural production • agricultural products processing Find out more…

June 05, 2017

Newton UK-China Collaborations in Agricultural Technologies

Newton UK-China Collaborations in Agricultural Technologies: apply for Partnership Building Visit to China, July 2017 Applications are now open for a Partnership Building visit to China. Innovate UK and the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) would like to support UK organisations in establishing strong collaborations with Chinese partners in the field of agricultural technologies. The Knowledge Transfer Network and the British Embassy Beijing are organising a Partnership Building Visit to China tentatively between 2 – 8 July 2017 (inclusive of travel time). Find out more…

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Yuelai Lu @yuelailu
1 day ago

RT @DefraGovUK: Appetite for Welsh lamb is at an all-time high, with exports in global demand! See more: https://t.co/4ptNziDXjI #FoodisGRE

Yuelai Lu @yuelailu
1 day ago

Britain hoping to lure Chinese talent - £100 million fund to attract top Chinese scientists & innovators to the UK: https://t.co/xE3E2Pt1pF