Urrbrae House is delighted to host an exhibition by emerging artist, Rebecca Read as part of the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival and will run until 8 September 2019.
Waite Research Institute Director, Professor Matt Gilliham, has been appointed to the new Premier’s Science and Innovation Council, which will deliver high level advice on scientific priorities for South Australia
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) partnerships are mutualisms between an estimated two-thirds of plants species and microscopic fungi that are ubiquitous in soils
If you’re 18-35, this is your chance to apply for a grant of up to $22,000 to fund your project on an innovative or emerging scientific issue that will benefit Australia’s primary industries
Thirty PhD students and two academic staff from Nanjing Agricultural University in China recently visited the University of Adelaide on a three-week study tour. The students where hosted by local families for the duration of their visit with the home…
Applications are now open for Hart’s 2020 Regional Internship in Applied Grains Research, offering graduate students one year training in applied grains R&D. May be of particular interest to current third year Ag and honours students.
Science is a human endeavour- crossing, national, cultural and continental divides. A dynamic display of the travels and stories that have brought scientists to the Waite campus.
Travelling to conferences, journeying across continents for resources, …
Grain Producers SA is hosting a free hosting a science-based forum with two visiting experts from th...Aug 26, 9:15 am - 11:30 am
Grapevine Carbohydrate and N allocation during berry ripening: Impacts of water status and leaf areaAug 27, 4:00 pm
Presented by Dr Abolfazl Sarpeleh: “Functional analysis of ceratoplatanin in net blotch disease of...Aug 29, 10:30 am
This IPM MasterClass will provide insight into the factors which affect nutrient availability from s...Aug 30, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Presented by A/Prof Romulo Lollato, Kansas State University - Quantifying and attaining water-limite...Sep 5, 10:30 am
Three well-known local musicians will explore the symbiotic connection between words and music with ...Sep 9, 5:30 pm
It's time to get social at the Waite campus! All staff and students (including other campus partner ...Sep 13, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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SA Window Cleaning has been engaged to perform both external & internal glass cleaning to various buildings at Waite Campus during May and June
ALL Waite campus staff are invited to attend this annual campus community-building event, 3pm – 5:30 pm on Friday 10 May in the gardens adjacent Urrbrae House
Electrical works will be carried out during normal business hours from Monday April the 8th to Friday May the 3rd inclusive. Electrical power outages will be required to complete the works.
Works to replace the polycarbonate roofing on the North and South atria of the Plant Research Centre will commence Monday 25th March and take approximately 8-10 weeks to complete.
The Waite Research Institute office is relocating from Level 1 in the Plant Research Centre to the first floor of the new ThincLab Waite space in the Hannaford Building (between Lirra Lirra and the Southern Barns)
A young brown snake has been sighted in the northern garden bed area of Wine Innovation Central
Build a strong foundation with Pilates at Waite! Monday’s @ 12:15pm
Single bedroom flat for rent in Torrens Park. May suit visiting academics or PhD student.
Beltana Cafe is now open in Lirra Lirra, McLeod House, Waite Campus
Recent rain has brought on an early germination of the noxious weed know as caltrop (Bindii, three cornered jack) in several known hotspots across the campus. These are being managed in public areas by our Technical Services team and Campus Services.