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Microencapsulation

This two-page information sheet describes how the Food Futures Flagship and Preventative Health flagship are developing technology to precisely deliver bioactive ingredients to targeted sites in the gastrointestinal tract.

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The coming Australian food revolution is all about one-stop, guilt-free indulgence, say the researchers who are already hard at work designing it.

Science for tomorrow: developments

This article from Farming Ahead contains four stories on the use of remote sensing in forest management, the devlopment of nitrogen-use-efficient grains, changes in the risk area for South Australian cropping and changing rainfall patterns. (1 page)

Science for tomorrow

This one-page extract from Farming Ahead magazine has four articles about developments in science from across CSIRO.

Brisbane: St Lucia, Qld (Queensland Bioscience Precinct)

Research partnerships such as those at the Queensland Bioscience Precinct will provide solutions to the major problems facing the nation and the world.

Science for tomorrow: New developments

This article from Farming Ahead contains four stories on tiger prawn breeding, water resources in forests, models to enhance water planning and linking drought to El Nino. (1 page)

Brisbane: Coopers Plains, Qld (CSIRO Food & Nutritional Sciences)

CSIRO's research within the Health and Food Sciences Precinct at Coopers Plains is focused on the improvement of seafood, meat and horticulture products.

Science for tomorrow: New developments

This article from Farming Ahead contains four stories on the effects of climate change and ‘sleeper’ weeds, developing gluten free beer, carbon sinks losing the battle and an enzyme to degrade the herbicide, atrazine. (1 page)

GM wheat and barley trial - DIR099

The CSIRO Food Futures National Research Flagship is conducting genetically modified (GM) wheat and barley trials in New South Wales and Western Australia. (2 pages)

Science for tomorrow: developments

Four stories on CSIRO research into water flow interactions, fighting legume fungal diseases, improving Thai beef and health benefits from a new barley from Farming Ahead. (1 page)

Science for tomorrow: New developments

This article from Farming Ahead contains four stories on transforming primary industries under climate change, science by the people, future foods, future grains and genes that control cereal crop flowering. (1 page)

An Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation and Carbon Biosequestration Opportunities from Rural Land Use

This 172-page report estimates the amount of greenhouse gases that can be stored or mitigated by changes in rural land use in Queensland and more broadly, Australia.

Addressing national challenges: science sustaining Australia's future

An overview of some of the highlights of the National Research Flagships from 2006-07. (28 pages)

Uncovering flavours and aromas of good wine (Podcast 18 Jan 2011)

Researchers from Plant Industry and Food Futures Flagship are investigating the aroma and flavour compounds of wine using sophisticated tools to understand what makes a good wine.

Melbourne: Clayton, Vic (Clayton laboratories)

CSIRO’s site at Clayton, Victoria is adjacent to Monash University and the Australian Synchrotron. More than 800 staff members work in energy, resources, forestry, manufacturing, chemicals, health, information, agribusiness and more.

Adelaide: Kintore Avenue (SA)

Research at CSIRO's Adelaide laboratories covers a broad range of research and development including food, nutrition, diagnostics, biosensor research and preventative health.

Armidale, NSW (FD McMaster Laboratory)

Research at FD McMaster Laboratory develops tools for breeders of sheep and cattle to optimise profitability, livestock welfare and on-farm decision support systems, resulting in more efficient animals and better management practices. CSIRO’s FD McMaster Laboratory conducts research to optimise profitability, livestock welfare and on-farm decision support systems.

Science for tomorrow: developments

Four stories about current developments in science from across CSIRO extracted from Farming Ahead. (1 page) 

New wheat promises dual benefits

This two-page Farming Ahead article discusses research on breeding cereal grains that can produce positive human health outcomes. One project, involving researchers in the CSIRO’s Food Futures Flagship, promises major benefits for farmers and consumers.

Virtual fences set to transform farming

This article in Farming Ahead describes how a CSIRO research team has developed a prototype virtual fence that confines livestock, just like a conventional fence, but uses satellite and GPS technology instead of any physical materials. (2 pages)

Black Tiger prawns deliver more bite (Podcast 28 Jun 2010)

From seafood platter to barbecue, this tasty new Black Tiger prawn is set to sizzle. (6:10)

What is the sound of one prawn eating? (Podcast 02 Sep 2009)

The secret feeding habits of farmed prawns will be put under the microscope, or perhaps more accurately under the microphone as a part of a new CSIRO research collaboration with a small Australian business to develop aquaculture technologies that could revolutionise the prawn aquaculture industry. (4:24)

Partnership gives new wheat a healthy future

This details how a new joint venture between the Food Futures Flagship, Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients and the Grains Research and Development Corporation is using gene silencing technology and conventional plant breeding to develop wheat with significant human health benefits. (2 pages)

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