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Three sugar research projects funded

Sugar Research Australia has announced funding for three research projects in the Bundaberg Region to benefit the local sugarcane industry.

Use Redmap app to track marine life

Marine organisms are on the move in Queensland and scientists are hoping to track them with your help using the Redmap website and app.

Bargara great white shark a museum feature

A great white shark caught at Bargara in 1993 has been the subject of scientific research for more than 20 years and a feature at the Queensland Museum.

Research to protect Lady Elliot from climate change

An intensive research project led by USC Australia is aiming to safeguard the Great Barrier Reef’s most southern island, Lady Elliot Island, from the impacts of climate change.

USC study aims to use logging waste for bioenergy

Pine plantations from Gympie to Bundaberg will be at the centre of research to turn logging offcuts and treetops into bioenergy and other bio-based products.

Avocado research trial targets high yields

Avocado farmers could start producing more fruit to keep up with demand once propagation technology, trialled in the Bundaberg Region, is commercialised.

Infants needed for physiotherapy study

CQUniversity researchers are seeking Bundaberg parents who are willing to have their infant children participate in a physiotherapy study.

Burnett River sharks fished for research

Bundaberg fisherman Jesse Spence is skilfully catching sharks in the Burnett River to help with scientific research.

Next Crop of sugar industry leaders harvested

Bundaberg Region farmer Michael Cavallaro has been recognised as a future leader in the sugarcane industry after graduating from the Next Crop development program.

Innovation on show at Sugar Research Australia open day

As part of celebrations around National Science Week, Sugar Research Australia is hosting an Open Day to showcase their innovative practices and provide the public an opportunity to tour the new facilities in Welcome Creek.

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