Congratulations to Dr Rob Bramley, researcher and CSIRO Site Leader, Waite Campus, who has been announced as the recipient of the Society of Precision Agriculture Australia’s (SPAA) Life Membership award
Grapevine trunk disease is estimated to cost the Australian wine sector millions of dollars in lost production each year, but now grapegrowers have a new tool to better manage its impact
The University of Adelaide and CSIRO have now launched an elite industry-focused research training PhD Program with the first students starting in early 2019. Applications are open now until Wednesday, 31 October 2018
The Women in STEM Careers program (WiSC) is looking for partners to help continue the program into 2019 and beyond. As one of the largest Australian leadership programs for female STEM students, the WiSC Program aims to reduce the gender gap across STEM industries
The Australian Food, Society and Culture Network invites submissions of abstracts for Food and Place, Food and Displace, to be held in Adelaide on November 9th 2018 (10-4 pm)
We are seeking people aged 18 years or older to participate in focus groups discussing insects as food. We’re keen to hear from people with diverse opinions – not only people who think they could eat insects, but people who think eating insects is disgusting!
PhD students from across the Waite this week presented their research at the Annual Postgraduate Symposium. Prizes were also awarded for the best presentations.
Presented by Dr. Francisco Madueño (Evolution from simple to the compound inflorescence of legumes)...Oct 24, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Presented by Professor Christian Fankhauser, University of Lausanne. Reaching out for the sun: deali...Oct 25, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Are you interested in seeing how TERN soil and vegetation data and samples are collected and how the...Nov 1, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mark your calendars! The Waite winery will be open for its Christmas wine sale for one day only!Nov 1, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Presented by Kenton Porker, SARDINov 1, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
REGISTER NOW! Waite in the Spotlight 2018 will be held on Thursday 1st November from 2:45pm in Lirr...Nov 1, 2:45 pm - 5:30 pm
Five MBiotech (Plant Biotech) Students will present Seminars on their research on Friday 9 November...Nov 9, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Come celebrate the festive season with a beautiful choral concert in the elegant surrounds of herita...Dec 9, 2:30 pm
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Inorganic azides such as sodium azide present a dual hazard; on top of the toxicity they are also explosive. Inorganic azides should not be flushed down drains
All laboratories on the Waite Campus are required to audit and check the conditions of their water baths
2 bedroom accommodation available walking distance to Waite
Significant earthworks commencing in preparation for the new vineyard expansion
Road incidents and near misses continue to occur around the Campus. Please ensure any incidents are reported and speed limits are adhered to.
Build a strong foundation with Pilates on a Monday @ 12pm or Thursday @5.15pm
Information relating to a noxious weed frequently found on Campus known as Caltrop (Bindii, three cornered jack), and it’s control.
Protocols which all staff, students and contractors are obliged to observe when entering the Waite winery.
Spraying and Fumigation of Greenhouses, CERs and Shadehouses will occur on campus Thursday afternoons after 3:45 pm