Wheat is one step closer to photosynthesis-based yield gains

2019-09-26T11:42:46+09:3026 September 2019|

Exciting research is carried out every day by users of the APPF’s technology and facilities. Here we share another inspirational story…. Professor John Evans of the Australian National University. [...]

The APPF appoints new Executive Director, Dr Susie Robinson

2019-05-08T13:47:57+09:308 May 2019|

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) has appointed Dr Susie Robinson as Executive Director to drive future success. Dr Robinson brings a depth of experience across research, higher education and [...]

On the path of most resistance – hunting combined stress tolerant crops

2018-08-15T09:05:51+09:3024 July 2018|

Arun Shanker and Robert Coe at the HRPPC, the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility's CSIRO hosted node An international collaboration tackling a shared challenge – the search for combined [...]

Invitation to attend: “Food for the future demands radical agriculture: the C4 rice challenge”

2018-04-16T14:44:40+09:3016 April 2018|

Speaker:  Professor Jane Langdale, University of Oxford Date:  26 April 2018, 4:30 pm followed by a networking event Location:  Discovery Centre, North Road, CSIRO Black Mountain, Canberra ACT Contact:  Gonzalo.Estavillo@csiro.au [...]

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 [...]

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