Salty wine and our scientific solution
Sweet success: We’ve helped to discover a way of reducing the amount of salt in wine grapes, meaning higher quality wines.
Changing climate has stalled Australian wheat yields: study
Australia's wheat harvest has stalled over the past 26 years, and worsening weather is to blame.
A (mouse) plague o’ both your houses
Mice began breeding a couple weeks early this spring, so our experts are anticipating a plague by autumn. But how can two weeks make such a difference? And are mice really that big a problem?
Identifying invasive species threats on a global scale
We have conducted the first analysis of invasive species threat to global crop production on a country-by-country basis.
Canola fields forever – spreading the science and tech benefits of canola
Those yellow fields aren’t just a pretty picture - they make Australia the second largest exporter of canola seed in the world.
Taking up space: launching Australia and Europe’s space relationship
This Europe Day we celebrate an important partnership with the European Union and the European Space Agency, which will allow more sharing of scientific expertise and access to their observation satellite fleet.
Gluten-tag! We’re pouring gluten-free beer into the German beer market
Here’s something to raise your glass to: a little home-brewed Aussie ingenuity is seeing our special Kebari™ barley being used to make the world’s first commercially produced, full-flavoured, barley-based, gluten-free beer.
Farming in 2050: storing carbon could help meet Australia’s climate goals
In some contexts, agricultural land can be more valuable when left intact with all its biodiversity. The pathways to these contexts are manifold and challenging.
Why is Asia so hungry for our food?
And what's the best way to serve it? Some tips on becoming Asia's delicatessen food bowl.
We’re kneading our way to bread that lowers cholesterol
We're using gene technology and plant breeding techniques to develop new superior wheat varieties that lower your cholesterol.
African cassava whitefly: getting to the root of the problem
The African Cassava whitefly is affecting the food security of more than 40 million African families. Find out how our scientists are using their expertise to assist East African scientists control this pest.