Healing wounds with glue, commercialised night vision and discovering new wildlife species through mobile gaming were recognised at Australia's top science prizes. From 47 finalists, 16 awards were presented to some of the nation's brightest minds at the 2018 Australian Museum
A PhD student has pitched his method for turning coffee waste into biodegradable plastic coffee cups. Macquarie university researcher Dominik Kopp has developed a method to turn coffee grounds into lactic acid, which can then be used to produce biodegradable plastics. He
The Kakadu plum could be poised to become Australia’s first large scale Indigenous horticulture product. The Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCDNA) said Aboriginal corporations and communities will work with university researchers and other organisations in a $2.7 million
Everyone in the food and agriculture sectors keeps hearing about Millennials, generally defined as people aged 18 – 35 and now the largest consumer segment. Unfortunately, many of the senior management in these industries aren’t Millennials themselves. They don’t really understand
A country that ranks as the second most densely populated country by the World Bank, Singapore has now gone on to a new journey on food innovation — agriculture technology (agtech or agritech). The global farming systems have transformed in decades.