Opening the Gates to African food security
It’s a hard life being a small farmer in sub-Saharan Africa. About 200 million people in the region are poor […]
Can we feed the world and save our species?
Australia’s Biodiversity series – Part 7: Farming, pastoralism and forestry Australian agriculture provides food and fibre for millions of people […]
Can backpacking flies rescue Queensland’s farmers?
By Paul De Barro, Senior Principal Research Scientist and Paulo de Souza, Science Leader – Sensor Networks Queensland’s fruit and vegetable […]
Put on your retro glasses: it’s time to improve the food supply
By Leon Braun If you’re reading this with a full belly, today might be a good day to thank a […]
World Food Day
‘Healthy people depend on healthy food systems’ is the motto for World Food Day 2013. Around the world today people […]
Good food for a growing world
By Claire Harris By 2050 our global population is expected to reach nine billion people. There are many challenges that […]
Aussie farmers take a byte out of Big Data
Forget the Internet of Things, this week we are all about the Internet of cows, sheep and oysters! From monitoring […]
Breakfast in 2050: feeding a changing world
How will we feed the world in 2050? Feeding a growing population is a big challenge, but feeding them in […]