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The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is one of the most highly ranked universities in Australia, and remains among the fastest rising research universities in the world’s top 100. Our Advancing Melbourne 2030 strategy describes how we will increase our focus on translation of knowledge to impact, while not losing the power to generate new knowledge and fundamental understanding.

The University contributes to the nation's agrifood sector in many ways. This includes:

  • through teaching the next generation of agricultural and food scientists at undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral levels;
  • through outstanding fundamental and applied research carried out in Faculties, Schools, Centres and cross-disciplinary Institutes;
  • through outstanding fundamental and applied research to underpin policy and practice, and to inform governance and civic debate;
  • through knowledge translation and technology transfer generally;
  • through collaborative R&D projects and initiates such as NorVicFoods.

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NorVicFoods®

Opportunity for

  • Industry partners, innovators and creative thinkers with ideas and approaches to tackle current and emerging challenges for the agrifood sector in the Hume region of Victoria
  • Led by

    The University of Melbourne

  • Opportunity type

    Seeking interest, Research partner, Seeking solutions, Seeking partners

  • Express interest by

    December 2022

  • Readiness
    Mid (TRL 5-7)
    Proof of concept in the laboratory then in the field resulting in the development of a minimum viable product (MVP).

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