Sixty-three Bachelor of Applied Science (Wildlife) students increased their knowledge of Australian fauna including kangaroos, echidnas, gliders and koalas at a School of Agriculture and Food Sciences residential school in late September.
Three Faculty of Science researchers and a senior University of Queensland administrator are among UQ academics named in the top 1 per cent of most highly cited researchers in the world for 2015.
Three weeks in Indonesia sounds like a great way to spend the winter holidays, with seeing new sights, trying new foods, and experiencing new culture. But the group of Agricultural Science students gained so much more when they embarked on their recent journey abroad.
Moggill Markets has been generously supporting research opportunities for agricultural science research students at The University of Queensland through cash prizes