Vintage research in full swing at the AWRI

Vintage research in full swing at the AWRI

While grapes are being picked and crushed across Australia, the AWRI’s researchers are also enjoying their busiest time of the year. Vintage trials form a key part of AWRI research, as the opportunity to put theory into practice and set up the experiments that will be...
2018 Australasian Genomic Technologies Conference

2018 Australasian Genomic Technologies Conference

This conference may be of interest to the Waite community. 2018 Australasian Genomic Technologies Conference is being held at the Stamford Grand, Glenelg from the 4th to the 7th November 2018. AGTA18 will cover all aspects of genomic science, technologies and their...
National Youth Science Forum

National Youth Science Forum

Applications are now open for the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2019 Year 12 Program and close on 31 May 2018. Calling all year 11 students!  If you like hands-on science, workshops, meeting new people and hearing from world-class scientists, apply for the 2019...
SARDI scientist wins GRDC Seed of Light award

SARDI scientist wins GRDC Seed of Light award

A scientist who has been at the forefront of extending knowledge and advice to help grain growers manage costly soil-borne diseases has been officially recognised for his efforts and achievements in communicating the outcomes of research. Dr Alan McKay has been named...
ThincLab Waite eChallenge

ThincLab Waite eChallenge

Have you got a business idea in agritech, food innovation or wine? The eChallenge entrepreneurship program will be launched at the Waite campus in July. ThincLab Waite, a new node of ThincLab, is also opening. Established start-up and emerging ventures in the fields...
Arris launches Galip Nuts brand packaging

Arris launches Galip Nuts brand packaging

After a year’s hard work, brainstorming and working with parties in Papua New Guinea and Australia, the Arris team are excited to be preparing to go to print with labels for a brand new food product. The Galip Nut is indigenous to PNG, and the first PNG grown and...

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