News - Agriculture
Pollen allergies have long been a major pandemic health problem for humans. Plant molecular geneticist Deborah Devis is learning that pollen proteins play a vital role in a plant's reproductive process.
The University of Adelaide-led world-leading facility that underpins innovative plant research in Australia has appointed its first Executive Director to drive future success.
South Australia’s multi-billion-dollar food industries will benefit from new scientific leadership in the state.
Scientists discover wild barley genes that could be used to improve drought tolerance in barley, the second most important cereal crop in Australia.
Science research at the University of Adelaide has reached new heights according to the 2018 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) results released this week.
With several hundred cases diagnosed each year, Australia has one of the highest rates of Q fever worldwide.
A new industry partner at Waite campus is set to boost research and innovation in South Australia’s horticulture and agri-food sectors.
South Australian scientists including a bee expert from the University of Adelaide, have discovered 26 new species of native Australian bees.
We are increasingly observing the impact of climate change on biodiversity, but will ants or plants win out?
The first new complex carbohydrate of its kind to be discovered in barley in more than 30 years has potential applications in food, medicine and cosmetics.