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CRC Association Showcasing Early Career Researchers Finalist: Dr Honor Calnan

Sheep CRC Postgraduate, Dr Honor Calnan, has been selected as a Finalist in the CRC Association's 'Showcasing Early Career Researchers' category.

Honor recently submitted a 30 second video clip to the Association titled "Retaining the red in lamb meat" and has been selected as a Finalist. 

Honor's PhD investigates factors influencing the oxidative process of lamb browning, identifying practical methods such as feeding vitamin E and selective breeding that can improve the colour stability and thus the value of Australian lamb meat.

To watch this video clip click here..

Download the related media release below.


DownloadLamb colour research Honor (233 KB)

Postgraduates

Project Leader
Dr Graham Gardner
Murdoch University
Tel: 08 9360 2264
Email - g.gardner@murdoch.edu.au

 

To read about our latest graduates click here.


Introduction

At least 35 postgraduate students (28 at PhD level and seven at the Masters level) are undertaking scholarships to study the sciences that underpin the sheep industry. These include traditional biological sciences and management skills required for effective innovation, along with commercialisation and adoption of outcomes by the sheep industry. In addition, the students participate in a professional development program in a range of areas including best-practice innovation management, conferences and industry workshops. Graduate employment destinations are tracked following completion of studies to determine the effectiveness in placing the students within the sheep industry. To read more about the Postgraduate Project click here.

Benefits:

Researchers, educators and consultants for the sheep industry’s future;
Young career scientists contributing to the Sheep CRC’s research and development activities

Recommended users: Agricultural graduates

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