As demonstrated by the 2022 UK Government’s research impact assessment exercise, the work of FoodSync, led by Jemma Hynes, in collaboration with the University of Salford, has been recognized as world-leading and internationally excellent.

This acknowledgment spans the multifaceted endeavours of FoodSync, from fostering high-tech growing in Manchester and expanding urban farming initiatives in Oldham to the formulation of influential food policy boards and beyond. The impact of these pioneering efforts has reverberated internationally, with global leaders adopting best practices and seeking insights from FoodSync’s ground-breaking work.

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