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A prototype digital and portable bush fruits chemistry toolkit has been developed by University of Queensland researchers for communities to use on site, to measure key market attributes of popular bush fruits like Kakadu, Green..
This week, ARC Uniquely Australian Foods Training Centre PhD student, Jaqueline, competed in the the school of chemical engineering 3 minute thesis competition. In the 3 minute thesis (3MT) competition, PhD students are challenged to..
Be Inspired by the work of ARC ITTC UAF indigenous enterprise partners showcased in ABC TV show “Movin’ to the country”
The wonders of the Kakadu Plum are celebrated on this week’s episode of ABC’s new show “Movin’ to the country”. The episode features the work of UAF’s Indigenous Enterprise Partners, Dave Hewitt and Wild Orchard..
Proud Jagera woman, owner of Nyanda Cultural Tours and Uniquely Australian Food’s Indigenous Enterprise Group Chairperson Madonna Thomson celebrated NAICOD Week 2021 (July 4-11) last week, being showcased by Queensland Health. Watch Madonna here, as..
Whether you are just curious about them; starting to experiment with them; or you’ve been eating native foods for as long as you can remember – we want to know! Click here to complete our..
Congratulations to centre PhD student, Sera Susan Jacob, who is a Queensland semi-finalist in the FameLab 2021 competition. FameLab Australia supports early to mid career researchers by facilitating networking opportunities, science-communication skill growth and providing..
What a treat of a day out for the Uniquely Australian team. Commencing with a meet and greet, whilst enjoying lemon myrtle scented cordial (delicious, by the way!!), Madonna and Ezekiel introduced themselves and invited..
Indigenous heritage and biodiversity expert joins the ARC Training Centre for Uniquely Australian Foods
Indigenous rights activist and expert in Indigenous intellectual and cultural property and heritage, Professor Henrietta Marrie AM has joined the ARC Uniquely Australian Foods (UAF) Training Centre, based at The University of Queensland. Link to full..