Research programme 2017
Research Programme 2017 lists all research and development projects, other than small service contracts and confidential consortia or company–funded work, being undertaken by Campden BRI.
Projects are grouped by industry driver. These are drawn from Innovation Needs of the Food and Drink Supply Chain – the result of a triennial industry–consultation exercise undertaken by Campden BRI. This emphasis on industrial relevance is reinforced by the active involvement of members in the creation, selection and steering of many of the research projects in this document. As a consequence, the results of the research programme have considerable commercial relevance.
For each project, a concise description is presented together with details of the funding source, start and end dates, collaborators, and project manager. Project managers will be pleased to provide members with further information about particular projects, wherever possible.
- Quality and value
- Nutrition, health and well–being
- Resilience and efficiency
- Environmental sustainability
- Skills and knowledge
The commercial implications arising from each project are reported to members by a variety of routes: