World-class agri-tech in Africa

Because of GRID farmers are now accessing advanced satellites to provide near-live images of fields and crop damage

Agri-EPI Centre has been working collaboratively with AgSpace Agriculture and RHIZA to develop world-class agri-tech that will help farmers in Southern Africa increase their yields across thousands of hectares.

Agri-EPI Centre welcomes new team members

Agri-EPI expands with new appointments - team members

We are pleased to announce and welcome the arrival of three new staff members to our team. With Lisa, Francesca and Emily on board, we will be able to drive forward our…

Kiwi alliance speeds innovation development

NZ innovation development

Global collaboration plays a vital role in developing solutions for our farming industries – so in September we were delighted to receive 20+ visitors from New Zealand on an innovation-led agri-tech mission. The visit followed our own expert mission to New Zealand in March this year: our nations have many farming similarities, so agri-tech innovators are […]

UK agri-tech start-up Roboscientific Wins Tesco Agri T-Jam

Roboscientific Wins Tesco Agri T‐Jam and World Agri‐Tech Pitch Day 2019

A UK agri-tech start-up beat over 100 international entrants to win the 2019 Tesco Agri T-Jam on Monday October 14, hosted in partnership with the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit. The second annual Tesco Agri T-Jam and World Agri-Tech Pitch Day saw ten exciting agri-food…

How to prepare your business for Brexit

How to prepare your agri-food business for Brexit

The Government’s Brexit negotiations appear to be continuing to the deadline, and while great uncertainty remains there are some knowns which can help businesses prepare.

Agri-EPI at New Scientist Live

New Scientist Live

Together with Farmers Weekly, Agri-EPI Centre joined Agrimetrics, CIEL, CHAP and its partners GEA Group and RHIZA for the New Scientist Live festival in London today (10 October).