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Do multi-stakeholder platforms work? : contributions of multi-stakeholder platforms to the performance of research for development interventions [PhD thesis]
Sartas, Murat \ 2018
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Active citizenship in green space governance [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-11-09
Mattijssen, Thomas \ 2018
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Mild oxidation and functionalisation of synthetic polymer surfaces [PhD thesis]
Slagman, Sjoerd \ 2018
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Optimization of bioelectrochemical systems for sustainable energy storage [PhD thesis]
Molenaar, Sam D. \ 2018
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Advancement of benthic indicators and biomarker-based tools for biomonitoring and risk assessment in the Barents Sea region [PhD thesis]
Szczybelski Ciordia, Ariadna S. \ 2018
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Interactive functional networks in microbiota [PhD thesis]
Hornung, Bastian V.H. \ 2018
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Apoplastic effectors, MAMPs and surface immune receptors : the battlefront of the Phytophthora infestans - potato interaction [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-10-31
Lin, Xiao \ 2018
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Assessing biomass and architecture of tropical trees with terrestrial laser scanning [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-10-30
Lau Sarmiento, Alvaro Ivan \ 2018
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Vision principles for harvest robotics : sowing artificial intelligence in agriculture [PhD thesis]
Barth, Ruud \ 2018
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In-line milk progesterone test detects heats : Automatic system takes leg – and guess – work out of heat detection \ CowManagement [Article]
Porter, R. \ 2018
dairy farming - dairy cattle - animal husbandry - cattle feeding - cow housing

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A parlour upgrade has allowed one Cambridgeshire-based producer to take a more automated approach to heat detection, by using in-line milk progesterone testing. We spoke to them to find out more.

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What motivates today's generation? : Progression, prospects and people management are key to attracting and retaining staff \ CowManagement [Article]
Porter, R. \ 2018
dairy farming - dairy cattle - animal husbandry - cattle feeding - cow housing

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Two young and ambitious herd managers tell us what attracted them to their current roles – and what’s key to keeping them, and the next generation, motivated and eager to work in the UK dairy industry.

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Saving energy when others pay the bill [PhD thesis]
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Griffioen, Anouk M. \ 2018
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Horses for courses : cross-bred sires produce cows that are ‘fit for purpose’ : breeding \ CowManagement [Article]
Porter, R. \ 2018
dairy farming - dairy cattle - animal husbandry - cattle feeding - cow housing

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Sires developed to breed replacements for herds managed on grass-based systems are taking the stress – and the guess work – out of buying semen for one Staffordshire-based producer. We spoke to him to find out more.

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Mycosphaerellaceae revisited [PhD thesis]
Videira, Sandra I.R. \ 2018
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Inventory report: Dutch Smart Chains for transport of perishable products [Monograph]
Guo, Xuezhen \ 2018

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There is a strategic collaboration between RDA from South Korea and Wageningen University & Research (WUR) from the Netherlands. RDA is a similar organisation to Stichting Wageningen. RDA has a Liaison in WUR, who is Dr. Suntay Choi. He is responsible for the bilateral collaboration between RDA and Wageningen. At present 12 RDA-WUR projects are being implemented, all financed by RDA. Dr. Choi would like to set up a small project on “smart chains” applications in Dutch postharvest fresh produce chains. Together with a delegation from the RDA Export supporting centre, he visited Wageningen Food & Biobased Research (FBR) on 14 May 2018. In that visit he has asked for an inventory (desk study) of available postharvest technologies and management experience in this field in the Netherlands, and possible applications in South-Korea. A similar study has been done for smart farming in pig production and greenhouse horticulture by Wageningen Economic Research (WEcR). The Netherlands as the fresh/logistic hub in Western Europe is the leading player in the global agroproduct market. The Netherlands have developed advanced postharvest technologies to reduce postharvest losses by improving the storage and transport conditions of fresh products in the fresh produce chains. They are also engaged in establishing the so called “smart chain” to achieve better chain efficiency and coordination. Such experience has placed the Netherlands as worldwide leading in fresh produce supply chain solutions. Part of this experience can be learned by South Korea. This project elaborates the recent developments of postharvest technologies and management in Europe, especially in the Netherlands. The main message this report wants to convey to the readers is that smart/advanced technologies do not work by themselves; they need other factors specific to certain conditions to result in significant improvements. Therefore, the essence of “smart chain” is in fact optimally using the technologies and resources at hand to deliver products that satisfy the market demands and create the largest chain values

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Sieve-based deterministic particle displacement for suspension separation : bridging the gap between microfluidics and microfiltration [PhD thesis]
Dijkshoorn, Jaap \ 2018
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Quantification and attribution of urban fossil fuel emissions through atmospheric measurements [PhD thesis]
Super, Ingrid \ 2018
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Value addition of Southern African monkey orange (Strychnos spp.): composition, utilization and quality [PhD thesis]
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Ngadze, Ruth Tambudzai \ 2018
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Expert aan het woord \ Nutrinews / Nutrition Information Center [Article]
Giel, R. van \ 2018
health - health policy - public health - food - nutrition - belgium

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De samenwerking tussen huisarts en diëtist is een ‘work in progress’ dat de komende jaren zeker wordt versterkt. In het belang van de gezondheid van onze patiënten is dit niet alleen een kwestie van willen, maar ook van moeten.

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SOBIR1-containing immune complexes at the plant cell surface: partners and signalling [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-09-21
Burgh, Aranka Margrethe van der \ 2018
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