A $50 million Federal Government grant through the Commonwealth Cooperative Research Centres Program, together with $106.5 million from 85 partners
A $50 million Federal Government grant through the Commonwealth Cooperative Research Centres Program, together with $106.5 million from 85 partners, will support a new partnership to achieve a more productive, resilient and sustainable Murray-Darling Basin and beyond through the newly announced One Basin Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
A collaborative partnership, the One Basin CRC, led by the University of Melbourne and including the Australian National University, Charles Sturt University, the Goyder Institute, Hort Innovation, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Sensand Technologies and the University of Sydney, will develop and commercialise opportunities for Australia’s irrigated agriculture and rural water industries.
For a great example of agtech, you can’t go past RB Smith’s revolutionary invention, the stump-jump plough. I say “revolutionary” because
I had an interesting debate with Bishal Sapkota, Sensand’s Head of Engineering, about the current state of decentralisation recently. An article titled Web3 by Professor Galloway