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Could insects play an important role in tackling a growing global humanitarian problem?
An update from the ALERT project and efforts to mitigate predators preying on villager's livestock in Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Watch Executive Director Dr Michel Pimbert introduce the centre, the main themes of research and why the work being carried out by the CAWR team is vital for the future.
Morwenna McKenzie storms to victory at the CU Hootenanny awards.
CAWR's new MSc in Agroecology, Water and Food Sovereignty has now launched and applications are now open!
The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) is driving innovative, transdisciplinary research on the understanding and development of resilient food and water systems internationally. Read more
This project will determine the ability of purpose-built, large-scale biofiltration cells downstream from a large informal settlement to treat contaminated runoff resulting from dysfunctional sanitation and limited urban drainage infrastructure, to ensure safe, productive water supporting sustainable livelihoods through food production.
As part of the Research Hootenanny held at Elm Bank, the new home of the Centre for Research Capability and Development, CAWR nominated Morwenna McKenzie to represent the postgraduate team in the Postgraduate Researcher of the Year competition.
Could edible insects play an important role in tackling a growing global humanitarian problem?
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Coventry University is making its journey towards 2020 and our research strategy is designed to encourage and support excellence in research. Our team of leading academics has developed a significant portfolio of high-impact research, and we are gaining momentum as a world-class, innovative institution.