Posts by Pamela Tyers
Harnessing the invisible and invaluable microbes that enhance our food, environment and health
What do our gut microbiome, soil, persistent chemicals and dung beetles have in common? That’s what our MOSH Future Science Platform is working to find out.
The 3D printing of foods – from concept to reality
3D printing is opening up a whole world of new food product opportunities.
Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and deep learning: what can they do for agriculture?
Artificial intelligence and its sub-branches machine learning and deep learning are making their way into agriculture and agribusiness. They're helping make decisions and predictions once never dreamed of.
Digging through the weeds and finding gluten in ryegrass (sort of)
New research has found gluten-like proteins in ryegrass, which might – or might not – be a problem for people with gluten intolerance.
Reducing disease and agrichemicals in livestock production systems
Vaccines, chemical preventatives, breeding disease resistant animals and clever management practices are a few strategies we're working on to reduce disease and agrichemicals in livestock production systems.
Cracking lupin wide open: from test sausages to protein ingredient
Harnessing the power of protein from lupin has been a decades-long process, but it’s finally seeing the light.
The future of protein
A growing population, resource constraints and the ‘flexitarian’ movement mean we need value-added premium protein sources to complement animal-derived protein production.
Helping sugarcane farmers reduce impacts of cropping on the Great Barrier Reef
In a world first, we've developed a new suite of apps to help sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland manage fertiliser use and reduce nitrogen runoff onto the Great Barrier Reef.