• Wildlife hospitals save 16,000 animals in four years

    Wildlife hospitals save 16,000 animals in four years

    Birds are the most commonly rescued wildlife in Queensland, with the laughing kookaburra among our hardiest species, according to new research from The University of Queensland’s Gatton Campus.

  • New Probiotic Features on Landline

    New Probiotic Features on Landline

    Landline featured a segment on animal probiotics on Sunday 27 July. Wayne Bryden, Xiuhua Li, and Peter Dart appear along with David McNeill from Vet Science and Matt Callaghan from Ridley AgriProducts as our industry partner. Matt Callaghan is a Masters degree graduate from the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, who was supervised by Dennis Poppi.

  • Research hub to boost dairy product innovation

    Research hub to boost dairy product innovation

    Longer-lasting Australian dairy products with high nutritional value will soon be available in Australia and overseas, thanks to a major industrial research initiative. The University of Queensland (UQ), together with The University of Melbourne, the Australian Research Council and Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd, has formed a Dairy Innovation Hub.

  • SAFS 3MT heats a success

    SAFS 3MT heats a success

    Congratulations you to all those who participated in the SAFS 2014 3MT across both Gatton and St Lucia campuses Thursday 10 and Friday 11 July 2014.

    We had eight participants at Gatton on Thursday and nine participants at St Lucia on Friday.