Over dinner at a celebrated London restaurant participants discussed issues including how to engage the public around acceptance of new and existing technologies; how the benefits in agricultural knowledge, science and technology can be shared fairly; and how synergies can be ensured between commercial interests in developing new products and services, and societal needs such as global food security.

We are grateful to Professor David Pink, Harper Adams University and Member of the Food Ethics Council for chairing this meeting, and to our speakers.

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