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CQUniversity has a leadership role in a project aimed at improving supply chains so Northern Australian fresh produce can be transported to Asian markets within 24 hours. Top: Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Senator Matthew Canavan  addresses the media. Middle: Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia CEO Jed Matz, Sen. Matthew Canavan and Dr Delwar Akbar from CQUni. Bottom: CQUni researcher Dr Delwar Akbar with Sen. Matthew Canavan.

Getting perishable foods from CQ paddocks to plates in Asia


High-pressure processing and supply chain enhancements could be key to getting fresh produce from CQ farms to Asian consumers within 24 hours, without the need for preservatives.


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CQUniversity Physiotherapy lecturers and students recently travelled from Rockhampton and Bundaberg and converged on Tannum Sands to ensure the local beach is permanently accessible to people with a disability. Full story: https://bit.ly/2x2JUiS

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