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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Sep 20

There is a major disruption coming to the food system, one that is well detailed in our report Rethinking Food and Agriculture. In the report, we identify the core disruptive technology over the next 10 years to be precision fermentation (PF). The regulation of PF is key to shaping the disruption. Regulation and the food system go hand in hand, and rightfully so. Food has a direct relationship with public and personal health, and people must be protected from real threats to safety and any uncertainties with the ingredients in the food they eat, or how those foods are produced. …

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There is a major disruption coming to the food system, one that is well detailed in our report Rethinking Food and Agriculture. In the report, we identify the core disruptive technology over the next 10 years to be precision fermentation (PF). The regulation of PF is key to shaping the disruption. Regulation and the food system go hand in hand, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Apr 18

Did you get what you voted for?In order for democracy to work, we have to continue to buy into the idea that the best way to influence the way we are governed is to vote for what we want. It’s a central part of the belief system, that your vote is your power.The biggest frustration isn’t so much when you find yourself among the losing minority, but when you win but still don’t get what you voted for.Last week, senior research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Marley Morris wrote about the connection (or lack of it) between the kind …

Brexit voters want more regulation, not less Read More »

Did you get what you voted for?In order for democracy to work, we have to continue to buy into the idea that the best way to influence the way we are governed is to vote for what we want. It’s a central part of the belief system, that your vote is your power.The biggest frustration isn’t so much when you find yourself …

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