• UQ students

    UQ students "meat" high judging standards

    Winning the overall championship prize, at the 27th Australian Intercollegiate Meat Judging Awards

  • UQ plant breeding expertise recognised globally

    UQ plant breeding expertise recognised globally

    UQ's expertise in plant breeding has been recognised by a $3.8M grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to evaluate and improve breeding programs in developing countries. School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, Dr Chris Lambrides, leads the project.

  • Soil increasingly at risk from household products

    Soil increasingly at risk from household products

    Changing Australian soil conditions are exposing crops to silver nanoparticles, which are widely used in household products, a study led by The University of Queensland has found.

  • Chelsea Stroppiana, SAFS honours graduate, wins national award

    Chelsea Stroppiana, SAFS honours graduate, wins national award

    Chelsea Stroppiana, a recent Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) graduate, has won the Ag Institute Australia (AIA) National Student Award for 2016. This award is competed for annually by undergraduate students who complete an honours research project as part of an agricultural science degree.