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Comparing regulations for genome edited plants

Transparency in regulations plays a key factor in reducing the negative perception of genetically edited plants and animals

Mysterious marsupial caught on camera

More phascogales in Central Victoria than previously thought

Lavender industry benefits from research

Shining a light on Australia's emerging lavender industry

Growing the future of agriculture

Expanded glasshouses and new lab facilities for plant research

Promoting healthy biomes in China’s rice supply

Human disturbances are endangering microbial species crucial in the role of food production in China, writes Rebecca Borg.

Flying start for renewable fuels project

Promising crop trial results for renewable energy project

Putting natural capital on farm accounts

Project to improve the environmental performance of farms

New insights into iconic Aussie animals

Platypus and echidna genomes reveal new insights

New resource for Australian growers

Researchers in the College of Science, Health and Engineering are leading a project to provide Australian growers with optimal sowing dates for wheat and barley

Cannabis genomics' therapeutic potential

Cannabis genomics has potential to transform production of high-quality plant-derived therapeutics

International contribution to wheat research

Associate Professor James Hunt, from the College of Science, Health and Engineering, has edited a special issue on wheat agronomy

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