ACIAR new project management and finance systems.
Over the next few months, ACIAR is introducing new project management and finance systems.
Project Leaders may notice that some project information on the ACIAR website may not update immediately or correctly during these substantial system upgrades.
As part of the rollout, ACIAR will provide more details about how these new systems will benefit projects, and in the long run save time for project proponents and for ACIAR staff in Australia and in our ten country offices.
Should you have any questions, please contact your ACIAR Research Program Manager or program support staff.
The Science of Climate Change
August 16, 2016
On this week’s episode of the ABC’s Q&A, Professor Brian Cox drew from the Australian Academy of Science’s ‘The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers’ during discussion. Read more here.
- ACIAR media releases
- Department of Foreign Affairs media releases
- Media releases from the Minister for Foreign Affairs
- Crawford Fund media and events
- Partners in Research for Development the flagship publication from ACIAR, presenting articles that summarise results from ACIAR-sponsored research projects
ACIAR social media
- ACIAR’s Blog
- ACIAR on Twitter
- ACIAR on Facebook
- ACIAR on LinkedIn
- ACIAR on Flickr (photolibrary)
- ACIAR on YouTube (videolibrary)
- ACIAR on slideshare (presentations)
Other useful information resources
CG virtual library The CG virtual library (CGVlibrary) is a global link to leading research on food crops, livestock, fisheries, water resources, forestry, plant genetics, and food and nutrition policy. It includes resources from the online libraries of all the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) centers. For further information contact CGVlibrary@cgiar.org
Cereal Knowledge Bank The Cereal Knowledge Bank (CKB) is the world’s leading repository of extension and training materials related to cereal and cereal production. It is managed by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT).