Canberra Region Food Collaborative and Regional Development Australia ACT are seeking input from local food-industry stakeholders to help structure sustainable, self-sufficient, supportive food systems for the nation’s capital.
A genetic breakthrough made by scientists from Murdoch University and WA DPIRD will speed the development of new, superior varieties of lupin, benefiting growers and health-conscious consumers alike.
Peel Development Commission’s soon-to-be-published digital Peel Food and Beverage Capability Guide will promote an array of products unique to Western Australia’s bucolic Peel region.
MMF Round 2 offers funding to Australian manufacturers of essential goods, including food, beverage and medicinal products, to help them modernise operations and upskill workers. Apply by 21 January.
Sanitarium Health Food Company, the name behind iconic Australian food products such as Weet-Bix, netted two major awards including the top gong at Woolworths’ Supplier of the Year 2020 awards in December.
In response to the economic and social challenges impacting Sydney’s west, the region’s largest university has re-launched its Centre for Western Sydney.
The federal government’s Supply Chain Resilience Initiative, part of its Modern Manufacturing Initiative, has been canvassing industry views on supply-chain vulnerabilities. It will use these to develop roadmaps for each identified ‘priority area’.
A new semi-conducting material developed by an Australia-China team at Queensland University of Technology will make smart devices used in IoT systems faster, more effective and less pricey to produce.
In a recent Nature paper, researchers at Murdoch University’s Australian National Phenome Centre have found that incorporating ‘wrinkly’ peas into your diet could reduce your risk of diabetes.
On 26 November, the ATSE announced its 2020 Fellows. Among them are three UNSW faculty members, including leading chemical engineer and the CRC’s own Research & Commercialisation Director, Prof. Cordelia Selomulya.