Md Mazadul Islam is a passionate PhD candidate at Western Sydney University Hawkesbury Campus, working on FFSCRC’s ‘Sustainable fertigation’ project under the guidance of Professor Zhonghua Chen. His research is focused on finding effective fertigation methods for high-tech greenhouse vegetables that improves water and nutrient use efficiency. Mazadul’s journey to […]
FFS PhD student Mazadul Islam is working with experts in two nations to find more sustainable ways to fertigate indoor vegetable crops.
Five Future Food Systems-backed PhD students pitched their research to a ‘Shark Tank’-style panel of experts at the annual Networking Night. Which was the most convincing?
Australia’s first agrifood-focused Living Lab coming to Coffs The City of Coffs Harbour, Queensland University of Technology and Future Food Systems will work together to establish an open-ecosystem ‘Living Lab’ where stakeholders can connect, collaborate and co-develop innovations that add value to Coffs’ agrifood sector. The first project for Lab […]
On 14 June, FFS staff and PhDs visited Western Sydney University Hawkesbury campus and the $7m National Vegetable Protected Cropping Centre.
In the first student catch-up of the year, new FFSCRC CEO Dr James Krahe addressed our PhD cohort on the pros and cons of working in industry vs academia.
CRC supporting partner Qatar University is drawing on the expertise and state-of-the-art greenhouse facilities at Western Sydney University to help it develop sustainable fertigation solutions for indoor growers.