QUT will lead research on a $14 million national project which aims to catapult Australia’s growing bioproducts industry while advancing the war on waste.
A study of Australian wildflower communities is improving understanding of how climatic stress controls plant diversity, based on the strategies different species use to survive, grow and reproduce.
As a ‘Future Fellow,’ Dr Scott Johnson from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment (HIE) will receive more than $900,000 in funding from the Australian Research Council to conduct the ‘Time to prime: Using silicon to activate grass resistance under higher CO2’ project.
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Dingoes could be the antidote to Australia’s destructive red fox populations, but only if reintroduced to areas humans have removed them from, according to international research.