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The supervisory relationship is critical in the academic world, especially as the student moves into a PhD’s independent research journey.
MEDIA RELEASE - 4 February 2021 University of Adelaide researchers are about to dive deep into green, red and yellow household bins in the City of Burnside to understand food waste behaviour through micro-auditing the contents and tracking seasonal variations. The...
This unique research project will see you working alongside the Australian pork industry. The student will be part of a broader national Food Waste to Pig Feed – Safe and Bio-secure project lead by the South Australian Research and Development Institute, a division of...
A global food waste leader is wanted to lead our TRANSFORM program with an aim of tripling its size over the coming years.
The purpose of the Australian industry food waste training needs analysis is to first understand what business-related food waste training options are currently available both in Australia and overseas. This then informs the identification of the gaps in food waste training for industry and consequently, the identification of new areas for investment and development in food waste training.
Across the food supply chain, the use of some technologies and processes can directly result in food waste generation, including during harvesting and processing, in customising portion sizes, through product and date labelling, shelf-life extension and product...
We have had a highly successful second year of operation. This is due to the strength of our collaboration and an unwavering commitment to our vision of an Australia without food waste.
The Fight Food Waste CRC 2019/2020 Annual Report is available for you to read, including program updates, all project achievements, financials, and our key highlights.
Tax reform is needed to increase food donations on United Nations International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste
MEDIA RELEASE - 29 September 2020 On this inaugural United Nations landmark day, Foodbank Australia, KPMG Australia (KPMG), and the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre have put their support behind changes to Australia’s taxation legislation so that more food...
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