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?
For the first on-country project for Science Pathways in Western Australia, the team set out to monitor fish in local waterways.
We have conducted the first analysis of invasive species threat to global crop production on a country-by-country basis.
To mark the opening of our ASSETS program for this year, we’re sharing our five favourite projects that rely on Indigenous scientific knowledge.
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.
You don’t need a crystal ball to know Australia’s rural industries will face significant change at global, national and local levels over the coming decades. This will create opportunities and challenges for small and large farms, and will affect rural lifestyles, agricultural landscapes and Australia’s society and economy.
What do burps, beetles and bacteria have in common? Bovines of course! At least, that’s the case when it comes to our work with the cattle industry – an industry that’s worth $6 billion in Australia. Next week is the aptly named Beef Week and you’ll be surprised and amazed to see how much research we do for the humble cow.
Our scientists are leading the nation’s first ever national game of cat and mouse, and we want you to join in the fun.
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.