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We offer Masters and PhD research opportunities in a wide range of subjects. Browse the links below for more information.
We study entomology and plant pathology to develop new methods of monitoring borders and managing incursions of new plant pests and diseases.
We have extensive experience in breeding new crops with novel characteristics that appeal to the consumer.
Our research covers arthropod biodiversity, beneficial and pest invertebrates and crop pollination.
We cover a range of topics such as food processing, functional foods, nutraceuticals, human nutrition, sensory and consumer science.
We use molecular and cellular biology techniques to identify the systems, mechanisms and regulation of plant and human biological processes.
Our research covers a wide range of plant science disciplines such as plant breeding, plant physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
We study vine and berry physiology, environmental and crop protection and the relationship between viticulture and wine qualities.
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