Terragen has a number of research and development collaborations in place to support further development of our agricultural microbial products.

Our research partners include the following organisations:

The University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland

Various faculty members at the University of the Sunshine Coast have worked with our team across areas of interest like microbial genomics, soil microbiome profiling, fruit quality assessments, and crop productivity. The university has undertaken contracted R&D projects since early 2016.

The University of Queensland

A valuable partnership has been established between Terragen and researchers from the School of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland in Gatton. A number of important animal health trials have been completed with our products. The collaboration has grown over the past 4 years and further projects are planned for the future.

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Victoria

RMIT University conducts a key collaborative research program for microbial genome profiling and genome function definition, including assessments of antimicrobial activity. RMIT University has been working with Terragen since late 2016.

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