1. This video shows the whole process of mushroom production, an activity that is part of the Gratitude project where the scientists/researchers are experimenting with growing mushrooms from cassava or yam peels.

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  2. Here we see a student at the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology, Hanoi making bread from cassava flour. This activity is part of the Gratitude project http://www.fp7-gratitude.eu

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  3. Dr Nguyen Thi Thao from the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology in Hanoi, Vietnam talks about her background and her involvement with the Gratitude project.

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  4. As part of the Gratitude project, the School of Biotechnology and Food Technology purchased a texture analysis machine for their research into the quality and food safety of products made with cassava flour, such as bread. Here Dr Luong Hong Nga demonstrates how the machine works.

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  5. This video gives a snapshot of the field trip that was part of the Gratitude project mid-term review planning meeting in Thailand April 2013. It features an interview with Nanam Dziedzoave of the Food Research Institute in Ghana giving his views and experiences of the trip to Thailand.

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Natural Resources Institute

This channel will showcase the videos produced of activities under the Gratitude project. The Gratitude project (Gains from Losses of Root and Tuber Crops) is funded by the EU and led by the Natural Resources Institute of the University of Greenwich.

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