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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
The Primary Industry Centre for Science Education (PICSE) is a proven national collaboration between universities, regional primary industries, national R&D Corporations, national agribusiness, regional research institutes, local community organisations, schools and State Government Departments... The programs run by PICSE attract an increased supply of high-quality, young people into science-based primary industries and their supporting businesses through engagement with students during school years and early university... PICSE delivers science class activities, teachers " professional development, teaching resources, student camps and student industry placement programs, all building strong and sustainable relationships between students and with local scientists and employers in primary industries attracting students into tertiary science and increasing the number of skilled professionals in science-based primary industries...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Aanandini Ganesalingam examining plants.. Two young Western Australians keen to pursue careers in the grains industry are among the people profiled in a new publication highlighting opportunities and educational pathways in Australia's primary industries sector... Aanandini Ganesalingam, who is completing a PhD at The University of WA (UWA), and Lachlan Hunter, a Year 12 student at the WA College of Agriculture in Cunderdin, feature in Science, Taking You Places: Pathways for a Dynamic Career in Australia's Primary Industries...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Aanandini Ganesalingam examining plants.. Two young Western Australians keen to pursue careers in the grains industry are among the people profiled in a new publication highlighting opportunities and educational pathways in Australia's primary industries sector... Aanandini Ganesalingam, who is completing a PhD at The University of WA (UWA), and Lachlan Hunter, a Year 12 student at the WA College of Agriculture in Cunderdin, feature in Science, Taking You Places: Pathways for a Dynamic Career in Australia's Primary Industries...
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