Grant Success

June 28, 2013
Filed under: News — Emma Drew @ 7:10 pm

The Australian Research Council Linkage Grants were announced today with the Adelaide Node’s proposal being successful. With industry partners Viterra and Carlsberg Brewery, the project also involves the Barley Breeding Program at the Waite Campus and a group from the ARC CoE Plant Energy Biology in Perth. The three year project with funding of $675,000 from […]

New Publications from the Centre in May

June 1, 2013
Filed under: New Publications,News — Emma Drew @ 9:13 pm

The Queensland node has produced three quality papers in the journal Current Opinions in Colloid Interface Science recently: Associate Professor Jason Stokes was involved in “Oral processing, Texture and Mouthfeel: from rheology to tribology and beyond” Dr Gleb Yakubov was corresponding author of “Understanding glycoprotein behaviours using Raman and Raman optical activity spectroscopies: Characterising the […]

Centre Meeting: 2013 Annual Retreat

May 28, 2013

The Annual Centre Retreat for 2013 has been held in Twin Waters, Queensland, with over 80 attendees from all 3 nodes as well as visiting scientists and students. Professor Ian Small, Professor Marilyn Anderson, Professor Daniel Cosgrove, Professor Deborah Delmer and Professor Herman Höfte of our Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), were in attendance as was […]

Media: Keeping it fresh

May 1, 2013
Filed under: News — Emma Drew @ 4:42 am

Food Australia magazine (April/May 2013) ran a great article on Centre student Anneline Padayachee’s 2012 Fresh Science nomination and her work with Chief Investigator, Professor Mike Gidley at the University of Queensland.  Read the full article

New paper: Nitrogen transport in maize

April 20, 2013
Filed under: New Publications,News — Emma Drew @ 4:40 am

Read a new article by Deputy Director and Chief Investigator, Professor Tony Bacic, and our collaborators at ACPFG: The response of the maize nitrate transport system to nitrogen demand and supply across the lifecycle

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