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Eleni Hadjigeorgiou
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Emma Simpson
Dr David Coles
Dr Robert Comber
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A systematic review into expert knowledge elicitation methods for emerging food and feed risk identification2022
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer responses to genetically modified food in China: The influence of existing general attitudes, affect and perceptions of risks and benefits2022
Fathir Sidiq
Dr David Coles
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
The role of traditional diets in promoting food security in low and middle income countries: A systematic review2022
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Amy Proctor
Exploring farmers’ understanding of and responses to endemic animal health and welfare issues in the UK2021
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Andy JIn
Dr Glyn Jones
Professor Zhenhong Li
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Precision agriculture technology adoption: a qualitative study of small-scale commercial "family farms' located in the North China Plain2021
Fathir Sidiq
Dr David Coles
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Sago and the indigenous peoples of Papua, Indonesia: A review2021
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Social Dimensions of Synthetic Biology in the Agrifood Sector: The Perspective of Chinese and EU Scientists2021
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Lucia Rehackova
Francis Naab
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sophie Tindale
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What does the UK public want farmland to look like?2021
Dr Beth Clark
Dr James Taylor
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Glyn Jones
Professor Zhenhong Li
et al.
A hybrid modelling approach to understanding adoption of precision agriculture technologies in Chinese cropping systems2020
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
A value chain analysis of interventions to control production diseases in the intensive pig production sector2020
Dr Carmen Hubbard
Dr Beth Clark
Emeritus Professor David Harvey
Farm animal welfare: Do free markets fail to provide it?2020
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
How to transition to reduced-meat diets that benefit people and the planet2020
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Beth Clark
Land subsidence in Beijing and its relationship with geological faults revealed by Sentinel-1 InSAR observations2020
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Paul Brereton
et al.
A systematic review of consumer perceptions of food and authenticity: A European perspective2019
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Luca Panzone
Dr Gavin Stewart
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Consumer attitudes towards production diseases in intensive production systems2019
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Carmen Hubbard
Consumer perception of vitamin D and fortified foods2019
Dr Jayne Carrick
Cosmos Adjei
Hassan Ashraa Kalee
Steven Banks
Dr Rike Bolam
et al.
Is planting trees the solution to reducing flood risks?2019
Dr Beth Clark
Jennifer Doyle
Professor Thomas Hill
Knowledge and attitudes towards Vitamin D food fortification2019
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Synthetic biology applied in the agrifood sector: Public perceptions, attitudes and implications for future studies2019
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Glyn Jones
Dr Helen Kendall
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Rachel Gaulton
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A proposed framework for accelerating technology trajectories in agriculture: a case study in China2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Mei-Yen Chan
Dr Beth Clark
Paul Brereton
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Chinese consumer's attitudes, perceptions and behavioural responses towards food fraud2018
Dr Carmen Hubbard
Dr Beth Clark
Laura Foster
Farm Animal Welfare and Consumers2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Beth Clark
Paul Brereton
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Product attributes and consumer attitudes affecting preferences for infant milk formula in China - a latent class approach2018
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Citizens, consumers and farm animal welfare: A meta-analysis of willingness-to-pay studies2017
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Paul Naughton
Dr Beth Clark
Dr James Taylor
Professor Lynn Frewer
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Precision Agriculture in China: Exploring Awareness, Understanding, Attitudes and Perceptions of Agricultural Experts and End-Users in China2017
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Luca Panzone
Dr Gavin Stewart
The need for formal policy synthesis in food policy. A case study of willingness to pay.2017
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
"Reaching its limits”: Industry perspectives on salt reduction2016
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
A systematic review of public attitudes, perceptions and behaviours towards production diseases associated with farm animal welfare2016
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Carmen Hubbard
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer acceptance of and willingness to pay for food nanotechnology: a systematic review2015
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
A Protocol for a meta-analysis of consumers' and citizens willingness-to-pay for farm animal welfare and disease prevention2014
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
A protocol for a systematic review into consumers' attitudes, beliefs and perceived ethical obligations towards farm animal welfare2014