About Join UQ at Beef Australia 2024

Beef 2024 in Rockhampton is the biggest event on the beef calendar and takes place every three years in May. The University of Queensland and the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) are proud to once again be associate partners for the nation’s premier beef exhibition. Beef Australia celebrates all facets of the industry from paddock to plate. This event brings producers, scientists, chefs, students, exhibitors, business people and families together to enjoy the entire Beef 2024 event.
 
The University of Queensland presents:

GENES, GERMS, GREENHOUSE GASES, AND GASTRONOMY  

Join The University of Queensland (UQ) for an insightful seminar as beef industry leaders discuss how they are using technological advances from UQ in their operations, leading to a sustainable beef future.  

Up and coming researchers will also present the latest wave of advances in genomics, vaccines, monitoring, breeding, and nutrition that are positively impacting risk mitigation, climate resilience, animal welfare and consumer satisfaction. These solutions will drive the future sustainability of beef industries for northern Australia and in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the globe. 
 

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DATE:
Wednesday 8 May
9:45am – 11.15am

VENUE:
James Lawrence A

BUY TICKETS:
Via Beef Australia 2024

 

Website and tickets  View Beef 2024 program

CONTACT: QAAFI Seminar & media: Carolyn Martin
Mobile: 0439 399 886 or Office: 07 3346 2092 


The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation is a research institute at The University of Queensland supported by the Queensland Government via the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

The University of Queensland (UQ) acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which we meet. We value and celebrate the uniqueness of knowledges, cultures, histories and languages that have been created and shared for at least 65,000 years. We pay our respects to their Ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to Country. We recognise their valuable contributions to Australian and global society. 

Venue

Room: 
James Lawrence A