By creating colour-changing sensors that detect spoilage in real time, nanotech experts at UNSW hope to change the way we consume everyday food products, reducing food waste.
Back-to-back events at UNSW Sydney’s CBD campus on 6 and 8 December capped off another successful year for Future Food Systems CRC.
Scientia A/Prof. Donald’s love of mass spectrometry took him from UC Berkeley to UNSW; where his research includes leading an exciting FFS project with All G Foods.
In July. Future Food Systems staff, research leads and PhDs represented FFS, our projects and our mission at conferences and agrifood events nationwide.
A Charles Darwin University research group reveals what’s needed for Northern Australia to build its own food manufacturing capabilities.
A specialised Food Science and Nutrition campus run by Murdoch University has launched at the Food Innovation Precinct WA.
Recently, two key members of the FFS team paid a productive visit to our partners in Western Australia.
FFS Industry PhD Kundu is working with UNSW scientists and All G Foods to ascertain the precise makeup of dairy proteins.
In the first student catch-up of the year, new FFSCRC CEO Dr James Krahe addressed our PhD cohort on the pros and cons of working in industry vs academia.
On Friday 24 February, the multi-million-dollar Food Innovation Precinct Western Australia, aka Mereny Bidi Boodja, was formally opened at Peel Business Park in the state’s south-west.