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Australia’s increasingly diverse food culture is benefitting from the wider recognition of Indigenous bush foods, which University of Queensland Professor Henrietta Marrie AM said must be brought to the mainstream in ways that combine traditional..
Thanks to the Crawford Scholarship Fund, the Uniquely Australian Foods centre welcomed three special Indigenous guests as scholars for a week of connecting over shared passions and knowledge in native plants. Peter Green, Senior Programs..
PhD scholars Sherie Bruce and Jessica Cartwright embarked on a journey to the DAF Hermitage Research Facility at Warwick, representing Uniquely Australian Foods at the School Plant Science Competition Awards Day and Ag Science Expo...
Building ties with Indonesia to benefit the grains industry is the aim of a training and capacity-building program at The University of Queensland. It’s led by agribusiness expert Associate Professor Ammar Abdul Aziz from UQ’s School of Agriculture..
A native Australian nut has the potential to be part of the burgeoning Indigenous bushfood industry, according to research led by The University of Queensland. PhD candidate Jaqueline Moura Nadolny has studied the bunya nut..
Arrernte woman Sherie Bruce from Mparntwe (Alice Springs) has joined the Uniquely Australian Foods team this year as she embarks on her PhD journey exploring all things native mushrooms! To learn more about Sherie and..
Indigenous cooks, Karen Sheldon Training Staff and Masterchef star Minoli learn, taste and create with the UAF Centre!
Staff and students of the ARC Industrial Transformational Training Centre for Uniquely Australian Foods (UAF Training Centre)) were delighted to welcome some very special visitors over three days, to share in learning, creating and continuing..
Recently, around 15 students from Acacia Ridge’s ‘Murri School’ – an independent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school, visited Uniquely Australian Foods’ labs at Elkhorn for a day of science and native bushfoods. Read the..