For Food’s Sake Summit tours: SIFT opening and Melville Park farm

Guests who joined our recent day tours of the new SIFT facility at FIPWA and Melville Park farm glimpsed the collaborative future of food innovation and value-adding in WA

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Charlotte Rowley

Murdoch University PhD candidate Charlotte Rowley is working with world-leading scientists at Murdoch University’s Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC) to obtain molecular phenotypes of WA produce including olive oils and fruit, contributing valuable data on provenance and quality that could aid in the development of high-value precision nutrition products. In Part […]

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Bruker Biospin Pty Ltd

Bruker’s sophisticated scientific instruments and high-value analytical and diagnostic solutions enable scientists to explore life and materials at molecular, cellular and microscopic levels. The company collaborates closely with clients in life-science molecular research; applied and pharma applications; and microscopy, nano-analysis and industrial applications. Bruker has also become a provider of […]

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Future Food Systems eNews issue # 39 – September 2023

FFS Summit discounted earlybird tickets on sale Planning is in full swing for For Food’s Sake: It’s our future in February. We’ve now launched a dedicated event portal, so you can check out the agenda, confirmed speakers and sponsors, details about our Gala Dinner at the prestigious 6HEAD restaurant in […]

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Research partners

Research partners The Future Food Systems research team is drawn from six leading Australia research and teaching universities, three state and territory government R&D bodies and The George Institute for Global Health. Covering all skillsets relevant to the food value chain, the consortium brings integrated capability and a world-class network [...]
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Key leaders appointed to Western Australia’s new food technology facility, SIFT

Murdoch University’s Food Futures Institute has appointed key leaders to drive operations at its Food Technology Facility. Future Food Systems CRC is a major partner in the operations of the FTF.

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CRC project team develops new techniques to track the provenance of chicken eggs

Early results from the CRC’s ‘Food metabolomics library’ project, set to appear in prestigious academic journal Food Science, detail a fast, simple method for measuring lipid components that accurately distinguishes free-range from cage and barn-laid eggs. 

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