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Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

Australian centre of excellence for cropping, livestock and systems integration research and collaboration

Through multi-disciplinary and integrated research in key areas, we create knowledge and capacity to deliver farming systems for the future.

Key research objectives include:

  • New knowledge for profitable, productive and sustainable food and fibre supply chains
  • Multi-disciplinary teams to enable 'lab-to-paddock' and 'paddock-to-plate' research and adoption
  • A knowledge transfer platform for seamless networking of research, development, extension and training

Feature Story

Photo: Graham Centre lamb meat quality trial (Photo courtesy of Bernadette York, NSW DPI).
Can we grow tastier Aussie lamb?

In the quest to serve the tastiest lamb chops and roasts, a meat quality trial run by the Graham Centre, a partnership between the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and Charles Sturt University (CSU) has taken lamb to the ultimate test – on the plate.

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Spring 2015
Image - Spring Innovator 2015Research highlights, wrap of the Centre’s outreach activities, conferences and travel, and member profiles.

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