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  • Native macadamia nuts could prove the key to developing a distinctively Australian pork flavour profile as a premium product in both domestic and international markets.
  • Greater drought resilience is being bred into Australia’s wheat crops. A plant’s genetics can affect its susceptibility to environmental stresses, including to drought, which is becoming a major drag on the world’s food production systems, limiting yield increases and bringing food insecurity ever closer to a critical tipping point.
  • The University of Queensland was ranked as Australia’s top university for Agriculture and Forestry, Environmental Sciences and Sports-Related subjects for the second consecutive year in the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject.

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