Ideas Exchange 2013 discusses poultry industry’s future challenges
Welcome to another edition of eChook! In this edition, I would like to highlight the key messages arising from the Poultry CRC’s Ideas Exchange forum which was held between 24-26 September. The Ideas Exchange is our annual gathering where end users, researchers, industry decision-makers, and students meet in a semi-formal atmosphere to discuss major challenges
Poultry CRC – Call for Preliminary Research Proposals 2013
This process is designed to encourage researchers from our partner organisations to put forward research ideas that encompass frontier science, industry relevance and genuine collaboration. Indeed, every proposal received will be evaluated for its science, utility and fit-for-purpose in the Poultry CRC environment. The Poultry CRC has three Programs, which cover nine Projects. Each Project
What’s on your mind? – We asked Industry
Recently, the Poultry CRC sent out an email to key members of the Australian Poultry Industry asking them to identify future capacity gaps in the industry, and ways that the CRC Education Program could help fill those gaps. “We had about a 50% response rate to the email” said Education Manager, Liz Roan. “Some of
Past and present CRC students – Where to next?
For this month’s eChook we asked a number of our students, past and present, to tell us their current and future plans, post PhD. The following four researchers explain, in their own words, how their CRC experience has allowed them to progress their career plans. Dr Kylie Hewson After I completed my PhD in mid-2012,