Genentech is using big data, digital health tools and sophisticated analytics to improve individuals’ access to ‘life-altering, biomarker-driven therapies’, opening the door to safer, more effective medical treatments.
In an increasingly uncertain world, it’s important to be food self-sufficient. But if an Australian food-manufacturing revival is to succeed, we need to be smart about what we make and how we make it, says Ian Neubauer in The Farmer.
CSIRO has joined forces with Pharmamark Nutrition to produce omega-3 oils from marine microorganisms, delivering a sustainable alternative to wild-fish sourcing of the health-promoting substance.
Australia-based crop scientist Oula Ghannoum discusses how tech-enabled protected cropping can boost food-supply-chain resilience – right now, and in a post-pandemic world.
Australia’s national science organisation, CSIRO, has announced that it will be moving several of its divisions to the Western City & Aerotropolis Authority’s planned Agribusiness Precinct, to be sited alongside the new, curfew-free international airport.
Western Sydney Aerotropolis’s planned Integrated Logistics Hub, part of the new Agribusiness Precinct, will deliver ‘a multi-modal supply chain solution for the Aerotropolis, Greater Sydney and regional NSW’, says WCAA.
Game-changing ‘nutritional fingerprinting’ research enables accurate early intervention to combat world’s costliest diseases
Breakthrough collaborative research by Australian, UK and US researchers has advanced in our understanding of individual differences in metabolic response to diet, with far-reaching potential benefits in preventing lifestyle-related disease.
The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) believes the road to recovery post-pandemic ‘begins in the bush’ and outlines a multi-pronged plan of action in its Get Australia Growing document, launched on 14 July 2020.
Could a specific strain of bacteria in a person’s gut make infection more likely on exposure to SARS CoVid-2? A group of UNSW scientists proposed this in a recent paper, and findings of mid-scale human trials lend weight to their hypothesis.
Established in 2019, NSW Circular is helping the state transition to a circular economy, in which waste problems are transformed into sustainable, value-adding solutions.