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April 25th, 2007
"Revolutionary Science" Forum in Brisbane to show case food science innovation
"Revolutionary science is the key theme for the forum- innovation in science that has the potential to transform the way we produce food in the not too distant future," Mr Mulherin said.
"Esteemed scientists will feature a series of presentations showcasing the latest developments in gene technology, crop modelling, nanotechnology and biotechnology, and their real world applications in agriculture and food science.
"In a world facing declining resources with an ever-growing population, the ability to achieve a guaranteed food supply is become more and more important in the 21st century."
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