News: Food Science
Scientists have teamed up with Adelaide Hills growers to improve cross-pollination in netted apple orchards.
When Ali Gill enrolled in a science degree, she never thought she’d go on to pursue a PhD to determine the drought tolerance and water use efficiency of industrial hemp.
Durum Breeding Australia has announced that Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd has been awarded the licence to take the durum breeding program forward.
Scientists have summarised seven years of research published in more than 20 international journals, on the effect of drought on cereal plants.
Scientists show greener process for extracting health-promoting molecules from food waste to use in skincare and pharmaceutical products.
Adelaide residents would only need to give up a small area of their lawn to grow enough vegetables to become self-sufficient.
When soil is tough and compact enough to make using a shovel difficult, roots are going to have trouble too, but not for the same reasons.
Here are the stories of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.
Internationally recognised food scientist joins Australian plant-based meat startup v2food as its new chief scientific advisor.
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