|18/01/2018||Call for submissions: Cultivate Africa’s Future Phase 2||
The call for submissions of concept notes for Phase 2 of Cultivate Africa’s Future is now open.
In June 2017, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and IDRC announced a 10-year program framework that includes a five-year CA$20 million (AUD$20 million) partnership for Cultivate Africa’s Future – Phase 2 (CultiAF-2).
|20/11/2017||Media release - Common sense needs to drive plant breeding||
COMMON SENSE NEEDS TO DRIVE PLANT BREEDING
|19/09/2017||Dispute over fish ladders||
Dispute over fish ladders to save species
Advocates argue scaly fish can pass through river barriers
|11/09/2017||Coral sex research breakthrough could lead to repair of damaged coral reefs||
A research partnership backed by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) has made a breakthrough that could mean the restoration and repair of reefs around the world, including our own Great Barrier Reef–and it all relies on hot, steamy, coral sex.
|14/08/2017||Q&A: Bringing Australia's 'best kept secret' on food security into the open||
By Lisa Cornish
Original article curtesy of devex.com
CANBERRA — The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research is an Australian government agency tasked with brokering and funding agricultural research partnerships between Australian scientists and their counterparts in developing countries.
|17/07/2017||Vacancy at ACIAR - Chief Scientist||
ACIAR currently has a new Chief Scientist position available in its Canberra office.
This position reflects the growth of ACIAR and the need to ensure sufficient executive oversight of ACIAR’s research portfolio, the balance and modalities of research investment across the portfolio, and science quality and impact.
|05/07/2017||LAUNCH OF PHASE TWO OF AGRICULTURAL INITIATIVE — CULTIVATE AFRICA’S FUTURE FUND||
A new AUS $25 million investment will support greater food security and improve nutrition throughout Eastern and Southern Africa, the partners behind the investment – Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) – announced at a June 30 event in Nairobi.
|03/07/2017||MAJESTIC GIANTS Back from the brink||
Fiji Airways magazine July/August 2017
Words & Images by ANNE MOORHEAD
There are many magnificent creatures found
Today giant clams are back, at least in some
|13/06/2017||The Mobile Acquired Data (MAD) Showcase 9 August 2017, Canberra||
Since 2015, the Mobile Acquired Data (MAD) series of research activities have supported and assessed the use of digital data collection apps within the context of agricultural research projects in low resource settings. MAD is led by AgImpact and funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
|18/05/2017||Vacancies at ACIAR||
ACIAR currently has four positions available in its Canberra office.
For details on how to apply please see the recruitment page on this website
|10/05/2017||ACIAR Federal Budget update||
ACIAR and the 2017-18 Federal Budget
The 2017-18 Commonwealth Budget, presented on 9 May 2017, has allocated
|05/05/2017||Seminar - Towards increased food security and welfare in Timor-Leste||
Towards increased food security and welfare in Timor-Leste
A seminar examining the impact of the adoption of improved maize varieties introduced through the Seeds of Life (SoL) program during 2007-2015.
Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.
Tuesday 09 May 2017
|04/05/2017||CIAT- ACIAR gender workshop||
CIAT- ACIAR gender workshop
Follow link for information and resources.
|06/04/2017||Bean-to-bar chocolate experiment a sweet success creating a powerful partnership||
Local Canberra entrepreneur and chocolate makers Li Peng Monroe and Peter Channells of Jasper and Myrtle Chocolates have been working with the Australian Government’s Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) to source the unique Trinitario cocoa beans from The Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
|29/03/2017||WA agricultural expertise aids Bangladeshi food security||
WA agricultural expertise aids Bangladeshi food security
Western Australian innovation has helped to transform agricultural production in Bangladesh through an international capacity building project to aid the adoption of more efficient, effective and sustainable farming systems.