Wednesday 19 July 2017
This symposium brought together stakeholders from the rice supply chain including growers, researchers and processors to discuss factors affecting rice quality and to develop a plan for future investment in research. Download a copy of the program here.
|Title of Presentation||Presenter|
|Rice research at the Functional Grains Centre||Professor Chris Blanchard FGC|
|Dr Ben Ovenden NSW DPI|
|Robert Henry QAFI|
|Healthy grains and rice quality pre-breeding research at CSIRO||Zhongyi Li CSIRO|
|Impact of farmer practice on grain quality||Rachael Wood FGC|
|Development of rapid in vitro GI testing for cooked milled grains||Dr Vito Butardo FGC|
|Michelle Toutounji FGC|
|Monitoring in vitro digestion of rice using capillary electrophoresis online||James Lee FGC|
|Impact of starch structure on rice quality||Marion Gaborieau UWS|
|The role of protein in rice quality||Associate Professor Dab Waters FGC|
|Environment impact on quality||Dr Rachelle Ward NSWDPI|
Dr Jixun Luo NSWDPI
|Imaging and image analysis in rice quality||Dr Mark Talbot - NSWDPI|
Monday 28th November 2016
A very successful Pulse Symposium was held in November at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga Campus to coincide with the 2016 International Year of the Pulse. The day commenced with an informative field walk hosted by NSW DPI and was followed by a fantastic array of diverse and interesting speakers on new discoveries in growing, processing and the future of marketing. Pulses are great for our health and for the soil so this was an important event for anyone with an interest in Health, Grain Science or Growing. Copies of presentations are available below in PDF format.
Should you be interested to learn more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Title of presentation||Presenter/s|
|Welcome Presentation [1.0 MB PDF]||Professor Chris Blanchard, Director, FGC, CSU|
|State of play for pulses in Southern NSW - a local and global perspective [1.9 MB PDF]||Luke Gaynor, Leader of Southern Dryland Cropping, NSW Dept of Primary Industries|
|Raising the pulse in southern NSW [2.8 MB PDF]||Mark Richards, Research Agronomist (Pulses), NSW DPI|
|Soybean production into the future [5.2 MB PDF]||Mathew Dunn, Research Agronomist, NSW DPI|
|Lupin breeding AGT [3.5 MB PDF]||Russell Eastwood, Senior Breeder, AGT Technologies|
|A fresh look at field pea breeding [3.6 MB PDF]||Garry Rosewarne, Senior Pulse Breeder, Victorian Dept Environment and Primary Industries|
|Legumes for sustainable agriculture [1.4 MB PDF]||Assoc. Professor Brent N Kaiser, Director ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub|
|Australian food and agriculture - opportunities and challenges [5.7 MB PDF]||Wayne Murphy, Senior Export Adviser and Trade Adviser, Austrade|
|Australia's place in the World pulse trade [873.2 KB PDF]||Nick Goddard, CEO, Pulse Australia|
|Trends in pulse consumption: Now and on the horizon [3.3 MB PDF]||Michelle Broom, General Manager, Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council|
|Chickpea consumption in India [7.8 MB PDF]||Professor Anthony Saliba, Discipline Lead Market Intelligence, FGC, CSU|
|Nutritional and processing properties of Australian mungbean [693.4 KB PDF]||Dr Daniel Skylas, Postdoctorate Scientist, FGC, CSU|
|Exploring the bioactive compounds in lentils and their potential for health [1.2 MB PDF]||Andrew Portman, PhD Student, FGC, CSU|
|<Please email email@example.com to request a copy of this presentation>||Neeta Karve, PhD Student, FGC, CSU|
|Pulse processing [1.2 MB PDF]||Stephen Cork, PhD Student, FGC, CSU|
|Functional properties of chickpea flours: Australian and Bangladesh varieties [3.9 MB PDF]||Dr Asgar Farahnaky, Discipline Lead Processing, FGC, CSU|
|Lupins - not just cattle feed! [2.5 MB PDF]||Dr Philip Kerr, Researcher in Phytochemistry and Functional Food Chemistry, FGC, CSU|
The Centre produces a quarterly newsletter to keep stakeholders and others informed of our research progress and other activities.
in this issue..
In this issue: Three Australian farmers have visited Pakistan as part of a FGC research project, discovering common ground with Pakistani pulse growers and seeing first-hand the value of shared experience. We also meet new PhD student Ms Nyadoub Jok, check out new research into the frying life of Canola oil and celebrate our FGC graduates.