Waite in the Spotlight 2019: food and wine in a changing climate

 

The food and wine sectors are vital to the South Australian economy and the challenges posed by a changing climate mean science in support of agricultural productivity has never been more necessary.

 

At this event you will hear from Waite scientists in a panel discussion about the impacts of a changing climate on the food we eat and wine we drink, and how their research is helping to ensure these industries can adapt.

 

Featured speakers:

 

When: 5.45pm Tuesday 20 August 2019

Where: Lirra Lirra, McLeod House Waite Campus | Waite Rd, Urrbrae.

 

Waite in the Spotlight 2019 is brought to you by the Waite Research Institute and National Science Week.

 

Not to be missed – free, but register now to avoid disappointment as seats are limited! Full details at: https://www.thewaite.org/event/waite-in-the-spotlight-2019/

 

 

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Keryn Lapidge | Waite Science Communicator

Waite Research Institute

ThincLab Waite, Level 1 Hannaford Building, Waite Campus

The University of Adelaide, PMB 1 Glen Osmond SA 5064

Ph:  +61 8 8313 7073

Mb: 0414 600 878

e-mail: keryn.lapidge@adelaide.edu.au

web: http://www.thewaite.org/

 

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