Thea Allary

Thea has a BSc degree in Biology from the University of York and a Masters of Research in Plant and Microbial Biology from the University of Sheffield during which she worked on the effects of Arbuscular Mycorrhizae on nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils. Before joining NNFCC, Thea worked as a Trainer and Support Data Analyst for a waste management and IT company. 

At NNFCC, Thea is a Senior Research Analyst responsible for writing in depth articles on industry developments, new technologies and upcoming policies. She also helps with the general dissemination of communication material and manages the company's social media.

Thea also works on ongoing projects, such as updating the AD Deployment Database and updating the online REAL Research Library on a monthly basis, for which she writes quarterly and annual reports. In addition, she provides support to the company’s Consultants on other projects, both for private companies and on long-running European projects such as ShikiFactory100.

Thea specialises in non-food crops and their applications within the bioeconomy.

 

Recent articles include:

Selected publications