Join industry pioneers, agrifood and policy experts and leading researchers to explore transformative ideas, insights and developments in the booming alternative proteins space, addressing critical issues to inform the future of alt-proteins Down Under.
University of Queensland invites interested parties to take part in a national research study exploring how community food organisations can impact Australia’s future food system.
Hear about a cross-section of Future Food Systems CRC projects around agrifood clusters and smart trade, high-tech indoor cropping solutions, and value-adding product innovations, presented by our industry partners and researchers.
Join Western Sydney University leaders for the ‘vision launch’ of the university’s new Agri-Tech Hub, a planned six-hectare, state-of-the-art commercial greenhouse facility and co-location space for industry and research.
Join vertical-farming operators, investors, suppliers and customers from around the world to discuss key issues and work towards sector advancement.
In this free webinar, FIAL’s Mirjana Prica and AgriFutures’ John Harvey will explore cutting-edge technologies boosting agricultural productivity, and consider existing and emerging risks for Australia’s agriculture sector.
This free webinar from the International Water Resources Association, UNSW Global Water Institute and the Future Food Systems CRC looks at the role of water in the sustainability of concentrated food production systems.
The next gathering of members of TCI’s Oceania Chapter, taking place in Cairns in Far North Queensland, includes a day of visits to local industry clusters, a day of sessions and presentations, and a day of workshops. Note that due to COVID-19, the event has been postponed until early May 2022.
Join UNSW Sydney food scientist and health expert Professor Johannes le Coutre and food-loving journalist Joanna Savill as they discuss the future of food.
The theme of this year’s conference is Development and the Environment; topical keynote speeches, presentations and workshops will feature government and industry experts, farmers and scientists, traditional owners and environmental activists.