Another great conference concludes

The 2023 Cotton Research Conference has drawn to a close, and on behalf of AACS, we’d like to thank all those who contributed to making it such a success:

The 2023 Conference Committee, co-chaired by Alison McCarthy and Joe Foley worked extremely hard to ensure the conference ran smoothy. Other committee members were Warren Conaty, Lucy Egan, Paul Grundy, Kristen Knight, Susan Maas, Nicole McDonald, Guna Nachimuthu, Megan Woodward, Linda Smith, and Li Zitong.

A huge thanks to our official conference sponsors (CRDC, CSD, CSIRO, Bayer and UniSQ), and to INCYT who supported the coffee cart.

Thanks to the helpful staff and volunteers at both the main venue (Empire Theatre) and the dinner venue (UniSQ Refectory).

And finally…  thank you to all the delegates who presented and attended. Without you there would be no conference, so we hope you enjoyed yourselves, met old friends and made some new ones, and above all, took something useful away with you from this event.


2023 Conference is underway

The 5th Australian Cotton Research Conference is underway, with around 170 delegates registered, and a wide-ranging program with some fascinating presentation titles. We hope all attendees find the next few days both interesting and informative.


Registration for the 2023 Cotton Research Conference have closed. We look forward to seeing you in Toowoomba.

Abstracts and nominations closed

Thank you to all who have submitted an abstract or nomination.

Submissions are now closed to allow the AACS committees to finalise the Conference program and consider the nominations for the award and life membership categories.

Registrations to attend the conference are still open: see our 2023 conference page for more details.

We look forward to seeing you there!