An Australia-China meat science alliance four years in the making this week signed a memorandum of understanding to further collaborative efforts towards improving the production efficiency of meat. Representatives of…Read more
Human progress has exacted an enormous cost on the natural world. And yet, despite our growing identification with technology, we as a species are as dependent on the natural environment for…Read more
Drones have been over-hyped, says UNE’s Precision Agriculture Research Group leader, Professor David Lamb, but that doesn’t mean to say they aren’t useful. This week a drone company contracted by his team spent two days minutely mapping pasture biomass on UNE’S research farm, as part of efforts to develop a new way of assessing pasture quality and quantity.
A paper by University of New England researcher Associate Professor Nick Reid and co-author, Professor Patrick Nunn has been awarded the Australian Geographer’s Best Paper Prize for 2016. A/Prof. Reid,…Read more
What the energy landscape will look like in 2040 will be the focus of this inaugural Robin Stokes Occasional Public Lecture presented by Professor David Sholl from the Georgia Institute…Read more
People have diverse taste when it comes to art and that was clearly evident when the votes were counted for the VC’s Community Open Day People’s Choice award. More than…Read more
“Minor” authors provide backstreet access into histories that tend to be written by the prominent, a new book by School of Arts French lecturer Dr Valentina Gosetti argues. Launched during Friday’s 19th…Read more
Who teaches English best: those with one language or many? On Monday, Associate Professor Elizabeth Ellis of the School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences launched a lengthy enquiry into…Read more