Posts by Darius Koreis
Bran is good, Big Bran is better. A rice with bigger bran for multiple micronutrients
In a world where nutrient deficiencies are common and food costs are rising, could a healthier form of rice be a solution?
Australian red meat stakes a claim for a carbon neutral future
Australia’s red meat industry has set itself a goal to be carbon neutral by 2030. CSIRO is working with Meat & Livestock Australia on the science to support this ambition.
Nitrogen for nothing and your protein for free
Nitrogen is key to producing the world’s crops – but it comes at a cost. New research from CSIRO is developing future crops that produce their own fertiliser.
White flesh fish a sustainable option to strengthen Australia’s aquaculture production
You can walk into any local supermarket and buy Australian produced Atlantic salmon. But why is this not the case for white flesh fish?
The eyes don’t have it: Machine vision to improve cotton breeding
It might surprise you that the precise scientific field of cotton breeding also involves a high degree of visual estimation. Can artificial intelligence and machine learning take its place?
Putting farmers at the centre of research to transform agriculture
New global research shows that when farmers and researchers co-create knowledge through On-Farm Experimentation there can be lasting and meaningful impact to farm profitability and sustainability.
An insect-resistant future for cowpeas in Nigeria and beyond
Cowpea is a staple food in many African countries. However, its production is under constant threat from pests. Biotechnology has solved one of the problems, and a solution to another problem is on the way.
A green and gold standard for Aussie-grown food
Overseas demand for more sustainable food is a high value opportunity for Australian agribusinesses. Research is looking at how we can capture that opportunity.