Calling for Management Committee nominations

Every two years the President and Management Committee positions are declared open and the AACS calls for nominations which are then decided by the AACS membership through a formal secret ballot. Our current Management Committee is made of 4 full members, 1 associate member and the president position. Our current representatives are: President: Paul Grundy (QDAF) […]

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Cotton Industry 101 Session

Cotton Industry 101 for new students and researchers Monday 28 October, 1.00 pm (lunch) Red Lab, UNE campus Alongside our mentoring program, we will be hosting our first ‘Cotton Industry 101’ aimed at new students and researchers. The session, held on the Monday lunchtime at conference, aims to help new industry members and students know […]

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Nominations are open for AACS awards 2019

The Association of Australian Cotton Scientist’s Awards 2019 (which will be presented at the Association’s conference dinner in October) are now open for nominations. AACS award nominations There are three awards that you may wish to consider nominating somebody or yourself: The AACS Early Career Scientist Encouragement Award – acknowledges the enthusiasm and successful pursuit […]

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2019 Cotton Researcher of the Year awards announced

Congratulations to Dr Linda Smith (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland), announced Cotton Researcher of the Year for 2019 at the recent Australian Cotton Industry Awards in Griffith. Linda’s research in cotton pathology has had significant impact on disease management within the industry, particularly on soil-bourne pathogens such as fusarium and verticillium wilts and reniform […]

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CRDC Researchers’ Handbook 2019-20 now available

What funding does CRDC offer? Who is eligible? How do you apply? Find answers to these questions plus learn about CRDC’s acknowledgement and logo guidelines, survey policy, and new application process for Postgraduate Scholarships, Travel Grants & Scientific Exchanges. Download from the CRDC website.

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Registrations for 2019 Research Conference now open

Registrations and abstract submissions are now open for our conference in Armidale 28-30 October. Earlybird registration (until 2 August) is $320 and $220 for students. To be eligible for student registration you must be enrolled in a course of study relevant to the cotton industry. Registration is inclusive of all catering and events including the […]

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