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Department of Agriculture and Fisheries’ Hermitage Research Facility, based just outside of Warwick, celebrated it’s 125th year yesterday, in a wonderful celebration of memories from the past and visions towards the future, complete with an..
In April 2021 stake holders of the ARC ITTC for Uniquely Australian Foods met in Darwin. For more information on native botanicals follow the link to the participants of this meeting webpages: Lindy Swain (CRCNA),..
The Australian Research Councils’ Industrial transformational Training Centre for Uniquely Australian Foods (UAF Centre) welcomed representatives from Burnett Mary Regional Group for Natural Resource Management (BMRG) in a meeting of aligned minds last Wednesday. BMRG..
On a beautiful plateau of native edible and medicinal gardens, surrounded by vistas of rolling hills, 8 staff and students from the University of Queensland’s Australian Research Council Industrial Transformational Training Centre for Uniquely Australian..
It was an exciting day of yarning, lab demonstrations, sharing knowledge and shared visions for both Native Oz Bushfoods and the Uniquely Australian Foods (UAF) teams on Wednesday 16th March. Tracey and Doug Goebel (Bundjalung..
Uniquely Australian Foods Director Professor Yasmina Sultanbawa, and our First Nations Advisory Chairperson, Hon Professor Henrietta Marrie, AM joined other international experts to discuss the future of food. Hosted by the Technical University of Munich..
Uniquely Australian Foods Centre Director Professor Yasmina Sultanbawa speaks to Frontiers Science News. In this interview, Yasmina reflects on her background and research journey spanning her motherland Sri Lanka and adoptive country, Australia. She speaks..
Last Thursday, ARC staff and students learnt about how to take native botanical products to market in an all day workshop supported by University of Queensland’s Ventures Centre. The day opened with a special..
A huge congratulations to Michel Beya, who was recently selected by the Meat and Livestock Australia’s Ambassadors for the Red Meat Industry Program. The Red Meat Ambassadors program was developed in consultation with industry to..