We are committed to developing and supporting our researchers, and our endeavours were recognised in 2018 by the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research Award

 

We are working on a number of international H2020 and similar projects such as “GREENER”, and from 2020 will coordinate an international project in cultural tourism that will bring together eleven other European universities and four research institutes

 

We participate in the activities of international organisations and institutions such as the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) programme and the International Fertiliser Society

 

We work together with other researchers within the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) network on various projects including agricultural research projects

 

Our Faculty of AgriSciences is a member of 25 international journals including the International Journal of Molecular Science