The Department of Trade and Economic Development (DTED) have launched their campaign “There’s more to it“.
The campaign is designed to promote career pathways into professional, para-professional and trade roles in the defence, resources and technology industries and is targeted at year 9 & 10s state-wide.
Kate Selway is a graduate of the University of Adelaide […]
The Ramsay Fellowship was established in 2008 with a significant bequest from the Ramsay family, founders of the Kiwi Polish Company (later Kiwi International), the famous shoe polish manufacturers.
Hamish Ramsay fulfilled his late stepmother’s wish to help advance scientific research by pledging funds for four-year Ramsay Fellowships.
Dr Kate Wegener, currently a postdoctoral researcher at the […]
To commemorate the career of Professor Robert H. Symons, FAA, FRS a special seminar will be hosted by the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine.
Professor Turner B. Sutton from North Carolina State University will discuss his work relating to the importance of disease management strategies and how disease management varies among moist cool temperate, moist […]
Congratulations to the school of Agriculture Food and Wine – It’s a website!
You can view all the brand new pages full of research information, project details and contact resources for:
Food & Nutrition
Plant Breeding & Genetics
Plant Physiology, Viticulture & Horticulture
Wine Science & Business
Please check them out – and let us know what you […]