News: Biometry Hub

SAGI-STH Statistics training workshops for 2020

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2020 will bring another round of statistical workshops for agronomists and researchers. Find out when and where they will be held here.

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International Biometric Society Meeting

Sam Rogers receives his prize for Best Poster at the conference

In early December 2019 the University of Adelaide hosted a meeting of the Australasian region of the International Biometric Society

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New paper on Phytophthora root rot disease in chickpea

Phenotypic variation for PRR resistance in chickpea grown in hydroponics at 9 days after inoculation with P. medicaginis zoospores. a Wilting symptoms (04067-81-2-1-1 on left, Rupali on right) chickpea genotypes grown in hydroponics at 9 days after inoculation with P. medicaginis zoospores. b Root symptoms (04067-81-2-1-1 on left, Rupali on right). c Lateral and tap root death in Rupali

New research has been published from Biometry Hub senior researcher Dr Julian Taylor.

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Research statistical training on offer In SA and Victoria

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Grains researchers and agronomists in South Australia and Victoria are this year being offered statistical skills training support.

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Data science the hero of grain improvements

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A suite of new, practical, interactive workshops, available to grains industry practitioners were held in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania in 2018.

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Statistics investment to underpin southern grains research advances

Members of the SAGI South team include (front from left): Richard Jarrett, Julian Taylor, Olena Kravchuk, Sabela Munoz Santa, Helena Oakey, Wendy Li (rear from left): Bev Gogel, Andy Timmins, Sam Rogers, Chris De Ieso. Absent: Sharon Nielsen, Lachlan Mitchell and Peter Kasprzak.

GRDC announces major new investment aimed at strengthening and enhancing national and regional grains research outcomes.

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