Recognition for Former Director Prof Geoff Fincher

November 30, 2016
Filed under: Events,Media,News — Tags: , , — Stav Manafis @ 12:13 pm

    Former director to the Centre, Prof Geoff Fincher was presented the Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang award by the Carlsberg Foundation at the Carlsberg “Science to Business” forum in Copenhagen on Tuesday 29th November 2016. This award is given to prominent scientists for their achievements within biochemistry or physiology and it is an acknowledgement of Prof […]

3MT : UQ Final for 2016

September 23, 2016
Filed under: Events,News — Tags: — Stav Manafis @ 5:44 pm

We would like to congratulate UQ’s Ghanendra Gartaula for his performance at the at the 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) University of Queensland competition on Wednesday 14th September. He was the ‘All-Institute winner’ and competed for the UQ finals. Ghanendra  gave an exceptional presentation entitled “Is Wheat Porridge Possible?” to competed against 7 other finalists  from […]

Public Lecture about ‘Sugar & Splice’

September 21, 2016
Filed under: Events — Tags: , — Stav Manafis @ 12:35 pm

Research Tuesdays:  Professor Vincent Bulone REGISTER HERE Date:             Tue 11th Oct 2016 Time:             5.30-6.30pm Location:      The Braggs Lecture Theatre,  North Terrace, the University of Adelaide Join Professor Vincent Bulone when he talks about all things carbohydrates, or sugars at Research Tuesdays (A public lecture series designed to share research with the University […]

UQ node success at the AGSA Conference

Filed under: Events,Media — Tags: , — Stav Manafis @ 11:21 am

  A big congratulations to both Ms. Guangli Feng and Dr. Sushil Dhital from the UQ node who recently won awards at the 66th Australasian Grain Science Conference in Tamworth. Ms. Feng received the Best Student Oral Presentation Award. Dr. Dhital was awarded the inaugural A B Blakeney Early Career Development Scholarship.

Genes Identified in Defence Against Powdery Mildew

September 19, 2016
Filed under: Media,New Publications,News — Tags: , — Stav Manafis @ 11:37 am

An international research team has identified two genes which could help protect barley against powdery mildew attack. Led by the University of Adelaide in Australia and the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) in Germany, the research will give plant-breeders new targets for developing lines of barley with resistance to powdery mildew. […]

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