Sheep CRC wins Inaugural Australian Collaborative Innovation Award
The Sheep CRC has again been recognised for its exceptional work in the area of genetic improvement for the sheep industry for its Information Nucleus Program.
It was awarded an Inaugural Australian Collaborative Innovation Award, presented at an awards dinner at the Cooperative Research Centres Association of Australia (CRCA) Conference in Adelaide last week, in the category rewarding significant innovation in the area of Agriculture and Food.
Our congratulations go to Fiona Anderson for her selection as a finalist for the 'Early career scientist' award.
Fiona was elected to present a 10 minute paper at the CRC Association conference to an audience of around 250 including a range of media.
Fiona's story was singled out for a major page 3 article in the Adelaide Advertiser on 17 May.
To read the latest Sheep CRC Meat Program updates click here.
The Australian also published an article on page 6 on 17 May titled "Farmers go online to improve flocks" highlighting research into the Information Nucleus flocks. To find out more about this research and future plans for the Information Nucleus click here.Back To Top