ARC Training Centre for Accelerated Future Crop Development

Researchers

Grant status

Active

Grant start date

01/09/2022

Grant funding

  • 2021: $38,129 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2021: $92,749 from John Innes Centre
  • 2021: $40,000 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2021: $180,000 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2021: $25,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2021: $31,560 from South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • 2021: $1,000,000 from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • 2021: $62,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2021: $9,000 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2021: $12,000 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2021: $86,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2021: $5,625 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2021: $95,148 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2021: $348,514 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2021: $125,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2021: $64,500 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2021: $10,000 from Grain Trade Australia Ltd
  • 2021: $50,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2021: $20,000 from Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
  • 2021: $20,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2021: $12,000 from Australian Crop Breeders Ltd
  • 2021: $21,500 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2021: $312,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2021: $290,187 from University of Adelaide
  • 2021: $109,785 from NIAB Group (National Institute of Agricultural Botany)
  • 2021: $5,940 from Australian Seed Federation Limited
  • 2022: $21,500 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $64,500 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2022: $1,000,000 from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • 2022: $20,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2022: $31,560 from South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • 2022: $12,000 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2022: $123,842 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2022: $20,000 from Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
  • 2022: $20,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2022: $92,749 from John Innes Centre
  • 2022: $40,000 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $86,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $10,000 from Grain Trade Australia Ltd
  • 2022: $50,000 from Longreach Plant Breeders Management Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $95,148 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2022: $125,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2022: $180,000 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2022: $25,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2022: $84,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2022: $21,500 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2022: $5,940 from Australian Seed Federation Limited
  • 2022: $5,625 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $109,785 from NIAB Group (National Institute of Agricultural Botany)
  • 2022: $50,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2022: $86,000 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2022: $12,000 from Australian Crop Breeders Ltd
  • 2022: $40,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2022: $62,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2022: $348,514 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2022: $43,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2022: $290,187 from University of Adelaide
  • 2022: $150,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $43,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2023: $20,000 from Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
  • 2023: $20,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2023: $5,940 from Australian Seed Federation Limited
  • 2023: $348,514 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2023: $64,500 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2023: $125,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2023: $20,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2023: $95,148 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2023: $25,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2023: $21,500 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $11,250 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $10,000 from Grain Trade Australia Ltd
  • 2023: $31,560 from South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • 2023: $12,000 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2023: $86,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $50,000 from Longreach Plant Breeders Management Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $12,000 from Australian Crop Breeders Ltd
  • 2023: $50,000 from Bioplatforms Australia Ltd
  • 2023: $62,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2023: $84,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2023: $86,000 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $290,187 from University of Adelaide
  • 2023: $40,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2023: $21,500 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2023: $123,842 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2023: $109,785 from NIAB Group (National Institute of Agricultural Botany)
  • 2023: $1,000,000 from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • 2023: $40,000 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $150,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2023: $92,749 from John Innes Centre
  • 2023: $180,000 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2024: $86,000 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $20,000 from Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
  • 2024: $290,187 from University of Adelaide
  • 2024: $21,500 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2024: $348,514 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2024: $10,750 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2024: $125,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2024: $12,000 from Australian Crop Breeders Ltd
  • 2024: $10,000 from Grain Trade Australia Ltd
  • 2024: $20,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2024: $32,250 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2024: $43,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $5,940 from Australian Seed Federation Limited
  • 2024: $180,000 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2024: $123,842 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2024: $11,250 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $62,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2024: $40,000 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $43,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2024: $31,560 from South Australian Research and Development Institute
  • 2024: $50,000 from Longreach Plant Breeders Management Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $1,000,000 from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • 2024: $12,000 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2024: $92,749 from John Innes Centre
  • 2024: $150,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $21,500 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2024: $95,148 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2024: $109,785 from NIAB Group (National Institute of Agricultural Botany)
  • 2025: $10,750 from Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Limited
  • 2025: $290,187 from University of Adelaide
  • 2025: $43,000 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $1,000,000 from Australian Research Council (ARC)
  • 2025: $25,000 from Longreach Plant Breeders Management Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $5,940 from Australian Seed Federation Limited
  • 2025: $10,750 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $12,000 from Australian Crop Breeders Ltd
  • 2025: $348,514 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2025: $75,000 from Advanta Seeds Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $10,000 from Grain Trade Australia Ltd
  • 2025: $21,500 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2025: $109,785 from NIAB Group (National Institute of Agricultural Botany)
  • 2025: $11,250 from InterGrain Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $40,000 from Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $180,000 from NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • 2025: $95,148 from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  • 2025: $21,500 from Longreach Plant Breeders Management Pty Ltd
  • 2025: $20,000 from Cluster of Excellence on Plant Sciences
  • 2025: $92,749 from John Innes Centre
  • 2025: $20,000 from Nuseed Proprietary Limited
  • 2025: $125,000 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2025: $12,000 from Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)
  • 2025: $62,500 from Australian National University (ANU)
  • 2025: $31,560 from South Australian Research and Development Institute

Updated:  30 September 2022 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers