A visiting European expert will highlight research into diversity in red dairy breeds and how Australians could benefit when he speaks at a major Australian conference in March 2019.
Well-respected agricultural figure, Nick Gardner will officially retire in December 2018 following 45 years in the industry, a period during which major leaps in technology have resulted in significant changes internationally and in Australia.
Western Australian academic Hackett Professor Kadambot Siddique, director of The University of Western Australia’s Institute of Agriculture, is the first Australian to be elected fellow of The African Academy of Sciences (AAS).
Charles Darwin University has won a national excellence award for a series of research projects designed to better understand the needs of Indigenous Territorians in higher education.
A long-term Territorian with strong links to industry, government and the business sector has been appointed to a newly created senior leadership role with Charles Darwin University in Alice Springs.