Annual Report

CoE-FS Annual Report 2021

Published 27 July 2022, by Julian May, Lise Korsten, Elaine Sinden, Elaine Petersen, and Carla Bernardo

In 2021, the extension of the State of Disaster, additional waves of COVID-19 infections and the emergence of the Omicron variant continued to shape both the research environment of the CoE-FS as well as global, national and local food systems.

In our 2021 Annual Progress Report, we document the work of the CoE-FS, in the context of the above.

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