Items where SHU Author is "Martindale, Wayne"

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MARTINDALE, Wayne (2010). Waste: uncovering the global food scandal. International Journal of Sustainable Engineering, 3 (2), 144-145.

MARTINDALE, W. (2010). Carbon, food and fuel security - will biotechnology solve this irreconcilable trinity? Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews, 27 (1), 115-133.

MARTINDALE, Wayne (2010). Food supply chain innovations. In: Delivering food security with supply chain led innovations : understanding supply chains, providing food security, delivering choice. Aspects of Applied Biology (102). Association of Applied Biologists, 1-6.

SMITH, Gail and MARTINDALE, Wayne (2010). Food supply chains - our current understanding. In: MARTINDALE, Wayne, (ed.) Delivering food security with supply chain led innovations : understanding supply chains, providing food security, delivering choice. Aspects of applied biology (102). Association of Applied Biologists, 75-80.

SELLAHEWA, J.N. and MARTINDALE, W. (2010). The impact of food processing on the sustainability of the food supply chain. In: MARTINDALE, W., (ed.) Delivering food security with supply chain led innovations : understanding supply chains, providing food security, delivering choice. Aspects of applied biology (102). Association of Applied Biologists, 91-98.

MARTINDALE, Wayne (2008). Cool on potato. New Scientist, 200 (2677), 20-21.

MARTINDALE, W. and SWAINSON, M. (2008). Developing supply chain innovations: requirements for research and challenges for the food industry. Aspects of applied biology, 87, 77-84.

MARTINDALE, W. and RICHARDSON, P. (2008). Food and beverage carbon dioxide emissions from producer and consumer: applying and communicating. Aspects of applied biology, 87, 85-90.

MARTINDALE, W. and TREWAVAS, A. (2008). Fuelling the 9 billion. Nature Biotechnology, 26 (10), p. 1068.

GLASS, Richard and MARTINDALE, Wayne, eds. (2008). Greening the food chain 3 and 4. Aspects of applied biology, 87 . Warwick, Association of Applied Biologists.

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MARTINDALE, Wayne, JONES, Michael and JOHNSON, David (2008). Project FLOW Flow report 1: Developing sustainable regional foodscapes. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

MARTINDALE, W. and LILLFORD, P. (2008). Will an innovative and sustainable food system supply nine billion shoppers? Aspects of applied biology, 87, 43-44.

MARTINDALE, W., JONES, M., MCGLOIN, R. and BARLOW, P. (2008). The carbon dioxide emission footprint of food products and their application in the food system. Aspects of applied biology, 86, 55-60.

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