Our research is improving productivity, profitability and sustainability in cropping, livestock production, aquaculture, horticulture and the food industry.
A tsunami and volcanic ash devastated Tonga’s soils and crops. Our soil scientist, Dr Ben Macdonald, was asked to investigate whether they could recover.
Being on the land isn’t always easy. But some of our online tools for smarter farming can make it easier to predict and respond to future conditions in an increasingly variable climate.
They say the most precious thing one can give is time. National Volunteer Week is about acknowledging those that use theirs to make the world a better place.
Nina Welti is on a mission to show the world where our food comes from. She is making a difference to our consumer knowledge and food production.
Xiaoqing Li is researching new ways to trace the origins of fibres so people can buy sustainable textiles and trust where they've come from.
We’re recruiting five Indigenous post-doctoral fellows in the area of agriculture and food.
Smart ear tags originally used to monitor livestock are now being used to track giraffes on the African savannah.
Aquaculture research technician Tim Perrin take us behind-the-scenes of studying prawns across their lifecycle.
If a farmer could see into the future and know what climate is ahead, they may be able to better plan their crops or livestock production.
Substituting one food for another – no matter the reason – may not result in a healthier choice.
Australia is one of the world’s top exporters of grain. Producing it at lower emissions is crucial for global climate action.
Danila always wanted to work with animals but had no idea they'd end up roller skating in regional NSW working on animal science.