Dr Eric Wolanski discusses advances through field, genetic and model studies of the self-recruitment and connectivity of jellyfish in marine lakes, corals in acidified bays, seagrass in Torres Strait, mangrove propagules, bivalves, prawns, some estuarine fish larvae, and sea turtles.
Date: 1 Mar 2016
Location: ATSIP Seminar Room
Science areas: Animals and plants . Biological sciences . General Science
The Retort Supervisors Certification Course presents the theoretical basis underpinning thermal processing technologies for the manufacture of low-acid heat processed foods and provides practical training in the operation of retorting systems for processing cans, glass, foil and plastic containers.
Spend two days exploring Advanced Manufacturing and Food and Health Science with CSIRO. See CSIRO labs and testing facilities, meet and chat with research scientists, explore the world of nano-technology and participate in a 3D design and printing challenge!
Date: 27 - 28 Apr 2016
Location: North Building
Science areas: Chemical sciences . General Science . Mining and manufacturing . Physical sciences
This course will provide participants with necessary skills to design a safe and commercially viable thermal schedule for the processing of low-acid food products in cans, pouches and other hermetically sealed packaging.
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