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Adelaide to host 5th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium

2017-12-13T15:39:37+10:305 January 2017|

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility is thrilled to announce the city of Adelaide, South Australia will host the 5th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium in October 2018! The International Plant Phenotyping [...]

Hello, ni hau, hola, guten tag, marhaba, bonjour… knowledge sharing the key to plant science success

2018-05-02T16:01:33+09:305 January 2017|

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) is a national facility, available to all plant scientists, offering access to infrastructure that is not available at this scale or breadth in the [...]

What the experts are saying about plant phenotyping and food security

2017-12-13T15:56:58+10:305 January 2017|

'It takes a village to raise a child' states the age-old saying, but now it will take a village to feed the child as well - if we're smart. “Agriculture’s [...]

Drip-fed success

2017-12-07T12:00:19+10:3021 December 2016|

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) is pleased to announce the new DroughtSpotter precision irrigation platform has been fully tested and commissioned, and is now ready to support your plant [...]

Life is better with a “fun-gi”

2017-12-07T12:00:49+10:3016 November 2016|

Fungi colonise the roots of all cereal crops in a mutually beneficial association where the plant benefits from greater stress tolerance through improved water and mineral intake in exchange for [...]

Finding the Link

2018-05-02T16:00:05+09:3021 September 2016|

The International Wheat Yield Partnership aims to make major improvements to wheat yields globally by exploring increases in biomass and photosynthesis.  Two projects underpinning this research are currently underway at ANU [...]

Drought effects on soil bugs

2017-08-07T13:54:46+09:3011 May 2016|

Olivia Cousins is a PhD student jointly supervised by Professor Sacha Mooney at the University of Nottingham and Dr Tim Cavagnaro at the University of Adelaide. As part of her [...]

Spying on trees

2017-08-07T13:54:55+09:3011 May 2016|

Dr Tim Brown from the APPF’s team at the Australian National University is helping researchers from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) to use surveillance camera networks and drone data [...]

APPF supports start-up company

2016-04-07T15:40:16+09:307 April 2016|

The team of The Plant Accelerator (APPF) has worked with the Coritsu Group to  further develop  image visualisation software that meets the needs of the plant phenomics community. Coritsu CEO [...]

Testing Drought Tolerance of Rice

2017-08-07T13:55:05+09:3023 March 2016|

Rice is the most important crop for global food security and improving its tolerance to abiotic stresses, such as drought, is becoming increasingly important with climate change. A collaborative project, [...]

Internships – Applications Open

2017-08-07T13:55:23+09:302 February 2016|

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility is enthusiastic about highly motivated and research focussed postgraduate students joining its team as interns. In order to attract the very best students, we provide [...]

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