• Rare baby a testament to roo poo study success

    Rare baby a testament to roo poo study success

    Mupee is the first Lumholtz tree kangaroo to be born into Dreamworld’s Australasian captive management program.

    UQ School of Agriculture and Food Sciences reproductive biologist Dr Tamara Keeley worked with Dreamworld staff to investigate potential breeding problems in a female Lumholtz tree kangaroo.

  • Moggill Markets Prize creates opportunities for young agricultural researchers

    Moggill Markets Prize creates opportunities for young agricultural researchers

    Moggill Markets has been generously supporting research opportunities for agricultural science research students at The University of Queensland through cash prizes

  • Honours Week

    Honours Week

    Are you interested in completing your studies with an honours year to further your research interests? Come to our School Honours Information and Research Poster Display events held on Monday 31st August 2015 from 12 - 2pm at Gatton and Wednesday 2nd September from 10am - 12pm at St Lucia.

  • Book prize to UQ scientist

    Book prize to UQ scientist

    Professor Bhandari, who has invented a range of novel food processing techniques, is the co-editor of Food Materials Science and Engineering, which shares the thinking and new directions of some of the world’s most distinguished food scientists with the next generation of researchers.