Monthly Archives: November 2016
The Urrbrae House Christmas “Giving” tree in the Main Hall is once again a collection point for The Smith Family’s Christmas “Toy and Book Appeal” at the Waite Campus.
The University of Adelaide’s new wine label was launched at the Waite Winery last Friday by The Hon. David Ridgway, Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries and University Vice Chancellor Professor Warren Bebbington.
The School of Agriculture Food and Wine this week hosted a delegation from Priority Partner Shanghai Jiao Tong University to discuss plans for a Joint Laboratory for Viticulture and Oenology in Shanghai. Prof Pei Zhou (Dean, School of Agriculture and Biology), Prof Jiang Lu (Director, Center for Viticulture and Enology) and Ms Jolie Liu (Head, […]
The Wine Alumni Network hosted the annual dinner on Saturday 19 November at the Edinburgh Hotel, Mitcham for all students graduating from the Bachelor, Master and Graduate Diploma in Viticulture & Oenology.
Applications for APPF Postgraduate Student Internship Grants are closing on 30 November
Congratulations to Dr Olena Kravchuk of the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine who who is one of the successful recipients of the Barbara Kidman Fellowship for 2017.
A team of researchers including from the University of Adelaide have for the first time been able to pinpoint the genetic activity over time when rice is subject to salt stress. The team from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus say their findings highlight the roles […]
Grape growers and winemakers around the world will be able to easily assess powdery mildew in the field with the help of a mobile application just released globally. PMapp, which supports decisions about grape quality, has been developed here at Waite by the University of Adelaide in close collaboration with the Australian grape and wine […]
Congratulations to Waite researchers Dr Roberta De Bei & Dr Cassandra Collins who were this week named Researchers of the Year in the Australian Women in Wine 2016 Awards.
A wide variety of excellent research was on display last week when some 250 staff and students from across the University of Adelaide’s School of Agriculture, Food and Wine came together for their annual Research Day