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The fifth workshop series, hosted by Future Directions International’s Global Food and Water Crises Research Programme, examined the role of science, technology and innovation in averting any future food crises. In November 2011, meetings took place in Sydney, Canberra and Perth.
The meetings sought to answer the following question:
“What role can Science, Technology and Innovation play in increasing food yields and overcoming food shortages or oversupply?“