FIAL has brought together experts and decision-makers from across the food and agribusiness value chain, including Future Food Systems CRC, to contribute to its Roadmap to 2030.
CRC participant UNSW is known for prodigious research output in science, technology and engineering – as evidenced by this year’s Research Superstar rankings. QUT’s no slouch in the STEM stakes, either.
The Faculty of Engineering’s Professor Joe Dong has been shortlisted for the prestigious Global Energy Prize for his work on creating a stable, sustainable power supply for Australia – and potentially, the world.
With plant-based food and beverage formulations trending, UNSW food scientists’ comparison of the emulsifying properties of dairy and plant proteins – or a mix of the two – is timely.
World-leading ANPC scientists are investigating metabolic pathways and inflammatory profiles in pregnant women, infants and young children as a way to predict future disease and conditions such as allergies, obesity and mental health.
An autonomous pollinating robot designed by Israeli company Arugga is being trialled at Costa Group’s multi-million-dollar Tomato Exchange facility in Guyra, NSW.
Australian producers could profit from perusing this practical, data-driven exporters’ guide, which includes detailed information on Indonesia’s food and beverage market landscape, supply chains and regulatory framework for import.
A new, Cisco-funded Research Director in Digital Transport at UNSW will guide the development of a technological agenda to improve the safety, efficiency and sustainability of our future transport systems.
New findings from NSW DPI’s Ascochyta blight resistance trials could prove useful to farmers across Australia’s northern chickpea-growing region deciding what variety to plant next season.
With hydrogen-as-renewables trials already underway across Australia, the federal government and Germany have agreed to explore the viability of a hydrogen supply industry.