A microscopy picture of a strain of genetically engineered cotton.

The Advanced Engineering Biology Future Science Platform (AEB FSP) was officially launched with a webinar featuring international panellists.

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A new Risk Management Tool is designed to aid synthetic biologists in navigating the intricate process of Access and Benefit-Sharing (ABS).

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Expressions of interest for the Advanced Engineering Biology FSP's second round of top-up scholarships are due 1 March 2024.

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Dr Charlotte Williams shares insights from her career journey, and the magic that happens when colleagues connect across disciplines.

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Join a growing, multidisciplinary team undertaking transformative research to deliver benefits for all Australians.

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DR ROBERT SPEIGHT was interviewed for Sugar Research Australia's quarterly publication Cane Matters about the transformative potential of engineering biology in industries such as sugarcane.

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This series of animations shows how our researchers are using engineering biology to solve sustainability challenges.

CSIRO’s Advanced Engineering Biology Future Science Platform (AEB FSP) is seeking Expressions of Interest for PhD and Masters/MPhil top-up scholarships. Round 1 applications are due 21 April 2023.

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New research from DR LUCY CARTER and colleagues interrogates whether science organisations actually utilise the results of public engagement research to its intended effect.

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AgriFutures Australia engaged CSIRO to assess eight on-farm applications of advanced bioengineering techniques for Australia’s agriculture, aquaculture and forestry industries over the next 10 years.