Monday, October 26, 2020

David Rose

David Rose is Elizabeth Creak Associate Professor of Agricultural Innovation and Extension at the University of Reading. His academic interests include the use of technology in agriculture, including behaviour change and user-centred design and the social and ethical impacts of new agricultural technology - e.g. privacy, employment, life on the farm, animal welfare, data ownership, mental health, succession.
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David Rose is Elizabeth Creak Associate Professor of Agricultural Innovation and Extension at the University of Reading. His academic interests include the use of technology in agriculture, including behaviour change and user-centred design and the social and ethical impacts of new agricultural technology - e.g. privacy, employment, life on the farm, animal welfare, data ownership, mental health, succession.

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