Australian universities have been awarded more than $21 million over four years to tackle key research questions that will push forward agricultural productivity and underpin lower cost carbon sequestration.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched a new phase of its key agricultural policy monitoring and analysis initiative, focused on supporting reforms in eight Sub-Saharan African countries, as they face an array of global challenges.
The United Nations (UN) has declared 2026 the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists, reflecting the important role healthy rangelands play in creating a sustainable environment, economic growth and resilient livelihoods for communities across the world.
The University of Western Australia has introduced new specialisations to the Master of Biotechnology and Master of Biomedical Science degrees, which will empower students to develop innovative solutions to global challenges such as hunger, malnutrition, food production and environmental impact.
CABI is to lead an assessment of data management and FAIR data principles in research conducted by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) with a view to considering the barriers to data utility in its investment portfolio.