Students from the Netherlands’ Wageningen University & Research entered a video challenge to showcase a science or tech-based solution to a current food challenge – 10 years into the future. Check out the winning videos.
Successful New England-based renewables entrepreneur David Mailler, co-Executive Director of community-focused Meralli Solar, has won the University of New England’s Rising Star Award for 2020.
A novel renewable power-generating system, inspired by the phenomenon that causes aurorae and utilising upcycled local fruit and veg – has bagged Filipino student Cerves Maigue the inaugural James Dyson Sustainability Award.
F&F G’s annual awards recognised the diversity of the region’s agribusinesses, with gongs going to cider, beer, pork, beef, dairy, timber and horticultural producers as well as a local farmers’ market.
World-leading metabolomics expert and head of the CRC’s Research Program 3, Professor Nicholson is one of just 10 Australians included on this year’s six-continent, 60-strong Power List.
Coffs council’s work with Southern Cross University investigating the impacts of intensive-horticulture wastewater on local waterways has been recognised in the NSW Government’s annual Excellence in the Environment Awards.
Queensland producer Stuart McGruddy has been awarded a Hort Innovation Churchill Fellowship to explore how Australia’s berry industry can capitalise on the value-adding opportunities in freezing soft berry fruits.
Whether the primary produce was bees, berries, bovine products or beer, these forward-thinking agrifood-related Gippsland-based businesses thought outside the box to add value and expand their markets.
STEAM (science, technology, engineering, agriculture, maths) students and early-career researchers, put your innovation hats on: it’s that time of year again.