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Professor David Ingram

Honorary/Visiting

David Ingram

Lancaster University

LEC Building

LA1 4YQ

Lancaster

Research overview

Synergy between botany, plant/horticultural science & 19th/20th/21st century fine/decorative arts. [With: Bowes Museum; Lakeland Arts; Ruskin Library; Ruskin Foundation, Brantwood Trust, Guild of St George, Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society]

Native plant diseases in natural ecosystems: role, survey and conservation. [With Nigel Paul, Lancaster University and Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh]

Sociology:public policy and the future of Botanic Gardens [with Science Technology and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh]; Citizen science and the conservation of plant diseases in natural ecosystems [with Science Technology and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh and Wyre Forest Study Group].

Food Security [Adv. Brd. Member, 'Food Security' (Springer).]

External Links: Hon Professorial Fellow, Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh; Hon Fellow, Royal Bot. Gdn., Edinburgh, St Catharine's & Downing Colleges, Cambridge, Worcester College, Oxford, Myerscough College, Preston; Royal Scottish Geographical Soc., Royal Coll. Physicians, Edin., Fellow, Royal Soc. Edinburgh, Royal Soc. of Biology, Chartered Inst. Hort.; Hon. Member, Brit. Soc. for Plant Pathology; Companion, Guild of St George. 

NB. For recent research papers, books, lectures etc, see following webpage: Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh, Honorary/Visiting Staff, David S. Ingram 

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