CFF DTP Publications & Presentations

CFF-UNMC DTP is an integrated 39 months programme that provides PhD/MRes students with a training programme in the research and development of underutilised crops for future agriculture. 
The DTP training is designed to develop independent, trained, employable researchers working to overcome limitations and provide opportunities for developing underutilised species into new crops, new products and provide new approaches to global food security. 
CFF-UNMC DTP is focused on training the next generation of scientists to tackle one of the most important challenges facing the world today – the way that world agriculture works and how do we make it more sustainable, more productive and help to ensure that future generations have options for food, fuel and materials.
Click here for a list of selected publications from their ongoing research activities
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Passionate about underutilised crops and agricultural biodiversity? CFF provides an excellent platform for you to make a real difference to global challenges.
Our team is a diverse mix of international and national professionals with a range of skills. All of us are working towards achieving our vision to be recognised as a world-leader, delivering excellent, innovative research and knowledge on underutilised crops.
  • Researchers
    CFF welcomes talented researchers at all levels: senior researchers, academicians or postdoctoral researchers that specialise in areas related to our research themes and programmes.
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  • Operations
    The CFF operations team provides a responsive and integrated infrastructure that supports the advancements of Crops For the Future.
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  • Internships
    CFF takes great pride in mentoring research students. At CFF, students will interact with highly experienced researchers and will engage with its disciplinary activities that span the whole Research Value Chain.
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