News and information for students
Hosted at the picturesque Adelaide Oval on 20-22 August, the Wheat Breeding Assembly will bring together breeders and pre-breeding researchers from across the grains industry, as well as industry stakeholders that represent the value-chain (fro…
If you’ve been living under a rock (of ice perhaps), you might have missed the spike in the South Australian spirit industry. Perhaps it’s appropriate then, that the new ‘Adelaide Gin’ was created at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus….
The 17th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC) will be descending on Adelaide, 21 – 24 July 2019. Last call for poster abstracts and early bird registration – both closing Friday 12th April 2019
The TERN Surveillance Field Method Training provides hands-on experience to scientifically standardised, nationally accepted ecological monitoring methods and techniques. The program will be held at Calperum Station in the South Australian Riverland 28th April – 4th May
A free 3-day bioinformatics training workshop “Fall Into Bioinformatics” will be offered by the Bioinformatics Hub and the Bioinformatics Interest Group of SA (BIG-SA). Dates are 15-17 April.
The course is intended to be taken as a whole, howe…
Waite researchers from the School of Ag, Food and Wine and the ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production invite you to join a wine descriptive analysis sensory study
Applications are now open for The Crawford Fund International Agricultural Research Student Awards. Applications are invited from undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in gaining international agricultural research experience in developing countries. Closing date is 29 March 2019
Elderton wines is seeking an energetic viticulture graduate for a role assisting in vineyard management. Applications close 31 March
Over 40 registrants visited Waite this week for the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) 2019 summer school on 26 and 27 February
We are recruiting Chinese wine consumers (age 18 years old and above) who travel internationally and enjoy visiting or would like to visit wine regions-particularly Australian ones, to take part in a research focus group