Dairy bioscience took its place alongside the cochlear ear implant, aeronautics and global stock exchange surveillance software when major technology advances
were showcased to the Prime Minister and other dignitaries last month.
for the annual Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Association Conference.
Abbott. The conference included an innovation showcase, at which many of the 400 attendees, including ministers, parliamentarians, advisers and ambassadors,
took the opportunity to better understand both the scale of innovation being undertaken by the dairy industry and how bioscience will make a real difference
to dairy farm businesses through pasture and cattle breeding.
improvements using genomics.
pasture breeding in Australia.
Hall at Parliament House.
Scientist, Ian Chubb, as well as ambassadors, high commissioners and senior officials from 15 countries.
the positive innovations of transformational bioscience.