Holding the dipstick technology (from left) Dr Michael Mason, Professor Jimmy Botella and Yiping Zhou

New dipstick technology that enables pathogen detection and the rapid diagnosis of human, animal and plant disease in even the most remote locations has been developed by University of Queensland scientists.

22 November 2017
Thale cress, from the Brassica family, which includes cabbages.

Plants get stressed and send defensive signals in the same way humans do, researchers from The University of Queensland have found.

11 October 2016