Food production

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Chinese free trade to benefit all Australians

Friday 28 Mar 2014

Plans for an Australia-China free trade agreement and greater banking deregulation in China will benefit all Australians, says CSU economist Professor John Hicks.

Drought package offers limited relief

Thursday 27 Feb 2014

The federal government's drought relief package will be of limited benefit to rural communities according to Charles Sturt University (CSU) experts.

CSU Professor of Economics John Hicks said the current crisis affected whole communities, but the package offered little for those not directly involved in farming.

CSU researcher Dr Merrilyn Crichton said poor implementation of previous drought relief had left rural communities sceptical about the current package.

Asia scholarship support for CSU student

Wednesday 22 Jan 2014

It is a well worn path from Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Wagga Wagga to Vietnam's Mekong Delta for research student Mr David Gale, but it will be made a little easier in 2014 with the assistance of a prestigious scholarship.

New $2.1 million grains research centre at CSU

Thursday 19 Dec 2013

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has secured Australian Research Council (ARC) funding to establish a new $2.15 million Centre for food science research.

Australian researchers map micronutrients in white rice

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

Efforts to address chronic malnutrition in billions of people have taken a step forward with Australian researchers defining processing conditions that boost the nutritional value of white rice.

Preparing dairy sector for climate change

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

A joint research project involving Charles Sturt University has examined how Australian farming industries are responding to demands for more sustainable production.

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