Our research is improving productivity, profitability and sustainability in cropping, livestock production, aquaculture, horticulture and the food industry.
A new study needs Australian irrigators to better understand their strategies and help provide improved recommendations for droughts.
Professor Michelle Colgrave leads our Future Protein team. See how she uses proteomics to improve human health, agriculture and food.
New research shows we can feed the world and bend the curve on biodiversity loss, looking after animals and plants into the future.
The growing popularity of eggs means we need more hens to lay them. But only female chicks can lay eggs. What happens to male chicks?
Reducing our intake of discretionary foods is the best way we can make our diets more sustainable and reduce our cropland footprint.
We've used satellite imagery to identify the boundaries of Australian paddocks from space. It will help farmers save time mapping paddocks each growing season.
Our scientists continue their important work safeguarding human and animal health from disease, while we strive for a COVID-19 vaccine.
We're partnering with Traditional Owners in Northern Australia to new ways to protect their land and culture using satellites, while creating economic opportunities.
Farms of the future will not just need tech, but also intelligence. A new one-click rural property report pulls together data on every rural property in Australia. Backed by science.
Vaccines are not just for human diseases. They also protect animals. Read how our work in the 1930s helped protect cattle from the devastating disease bovine pleuropneumonia.
You can continue to eat fresh fruit, vegetables and salads. There is no evidence to suggest you can become infected from coronavirus from your food.
Cassava is a big part of the diet of almost half a billion Africans, but this important crop is under siege from two devastating diseases.