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The CEAT Innovation Hub is expanding...
Office, lab and hot desk spaces are available for agri-tech businesses, from start-ups to more established operations. This is a unique opportunity to undertake your R&D alongside Australia’s best researchers, working together to secure funding, participate in knowledge exchange and build research impact.
Alison Bentley announced as 2023 Borlaug CAST Communication Award Recipient
Alison Bentley, Director of the Global Wheat Program at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) and CEAT Fellow, was announced as the 2023 Borlaug CAST Communication Award Recipient earlier this month. She was recognised for her work raising the awareness of the importance of wheat as a global food crop, as well as
ANU co-designs innovation strategy with Vietnam University
An ANU delegation, organised and led by CEAT, travelled to Vietnam in mid-March to visit the Center for Agricultural Innovation (CAI) at the Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA). Their trip was part of the Resilient Agriculture and Food (RAF) Initiative, part of the larger Aus4Innovation program aimed at helping Vietnam strengthen its innovation ecosystem
April Director’s message
During April, I had the pleasure of travelling to the UK to attend the annual New Phytologist editorial meeting, which this year was held in sunny Glasgow (every day was blue skies!). I have been an editor of New Phytologist since 2007 and am proud of the way the journal has grown in international stature
ANU-CSIRO tech targets Tassie salmon farms
For ANU plant biologists Dr Annamaria De Rosa and Dr Samantha McGaughey, touring a Tasmanian salmon farm is not a regular day in the office. The two researchers from the ANU School of Research Biology recently travelled to the southern state as part of a joint ANU-CSIRO project to develop technology to harvest valuable nutrients