The primary objective of the Trust is

The advancement of science for public benefit, primarily through the support of research and development, particularly in the fields of horticultural and other plant-based disciplines.

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15 Mar

Work is under way at NIAB EMR to transform the horticulture scientific research facilities across the South East and strengthen the competitiveness of Britain’s horticulture, food and drink industries. The funds secured from the Government’s Strength in Places Fund by NIAB EMR for the Growing Kent & Medway initiative are now being used to build [Read more..]

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15 Mar

New Trustees Appointed

East Malling Trust, the Kent-based scientific research charity, has re-affirmed its commitment to supporting the UK’s horticultural industry by making two senior appointments. Dr Celia Caulcott and Tim Chambers have both accepted the position of trustee to the charity’s board. Formerly the Vice-Provost (Enterprise) at University College London, Dr Celia Caulcott was responsible for developing [Read more..]

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06 Jul

South-East England agritech, food and drink sectors secure £18M

A project to strengthen the competitiveness of Britain’s horticulture, food and drink industries has been awarded £18m of government funding. The Growing Kent & Medway initiative is one of seven national projects that will drive innovation-led growth and support areas of R&D strength thanks to government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength [Read more..]

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East Malling
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