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CEAT launches new funding program!
CEAT is pleased to announce the Strategic Investment Program (SIP). This is a funding opportunity open to ANU researchers looking to engage with industry partners . . . ...more
As we approach the end of June, I have been packing my bags in preparation for my first overseas trip since 2019. Next week, I will be visiting folk in the UK, starting with the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB). NIAB is a non-profit entity established over 100 years ago with a mission to
Article by Rebecca Craine Earlier this month, CEAT Research Translation Initiative (RTI) team members, Vivienne Wells and Rebecca Craine, attended the Digital Agri-food Summit in Wagga Wagga to connect with colleagues and explore opportunities and innovations in the digital agriculture space. This summit explored a range of topics in the digital agri-food space including: automation
When one of her high school teachers encouraged Eva Henningsen to apply for an opportunity to attend the Borlaug Dialogue (World Food Prize summit) in Des Moines, Iowa, in 2014, she had little idea of the impact it would have on her career and life. Attending the summit sparked a passion for food security and
Earlier this year at the Future of Ag-Innovation panel discussion hosted by CEAT, Christine Mulhearn from the Department of Agriculture Water and the Environment spoke briefly about the role of supply chains and consumer demand in the agriculture industry. While Christine spoke of the opportunity people’s desire for specific luxury food items and seasonal produce