Low gluten foods
This two-page information sheet is about CSIRO research into developing low gluten barley. This is the first step towards providing the Australian public with a range of low gluten products.
CSIRO is helping provide healthier food choices.
CSIRO is developing high quality, healthy foods that are better suited to consumer and industry preference.
Flagships: science tackling the big challenges
Dr Ron Sandland, ex-Deputy Chief Executive and Chair of the Flagship Oversight Committee, wrote an article titled: Flagships: science tackling the big challenges. He described the reasons for creating Flagships, how they were designed, how they are measured, and how they will evolve.
Blueblood Atlantic salmon for Tasmania
A five-year selective breeding program is expected to bring A$20 million in benefits to Tasmania’s Atlantic salmon industry when the first progeny are harvested in 2009–10.
The bioeconomy and its importance
The bioeconomy will provide a platform to a sustainable future by providing security of food, water and energy supplies, reduced emissions, and the sustainable use of both biological and non-biological resources.
Advancing Australian aquaculture
The Food Futures Flagship links research and industry partners in projects that raise the value and competitiveness of Australian aquaculture.
E-Noses: testing their mettle against fly noses
Scientists from CSIRO’s Food Futures Flagship have made a breakthrough in efforts to extend the sensory range of ‘electronic noses’ (e-noses) by developing a system for comparing their performance against the much-superior nose of the vinegar fly.