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 (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.

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.

Book Section

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.

Monograph

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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.

Edited Book

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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