A new crop of GRDC research scholarship recipients
Four young researchers from the University of Adelaide’s School of Agriculture, Food and Wine have embarked on studies aimed at supporting grain growers through the development of new knowledge and understandings.
They are among nine recipients, from across Australia, of the latest round of Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) research scholarships.
Pictured above: Waite research precinct are University of Adelaide GRDC research scholarship recipients Brooke Schofield (left), Christopher Ward, David Brunton and Alicia Merriam.
The GRDC’s research scholarship program supports post-graduates in fields of study aligned with the GRDC’s research priorities. The program is part of the GRDC’s thrust to build research capacity within the grains industry.
The recipients will be focused on a range of constraints and factors that influence crop productivity and grower profitability.