Out and about

Our Centre members have been busy engaging people of all ages, from school age children to industry partners.

Here are some of the highlights:


Centre Director participates on Q&A session after the screening of the film Food Evolution in Canberra.

Last 20th of September, the Centre participated on the premier screening of the documentary Food Evolution in Canberra, which explores the strongly polarised debate on the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture.

Watch the Q&A discussion here


Centre shows the public how photosynthesis research will have an impact in a future Earth

Food and oxygen are two things we definitely need in a future Earth and these two things are produced by an amazing and mostly green, group of organisms: plants. During National Science Week, the ARC Centre of Excellence for Translational Photosynthesis participated on the Science in ACTion event in Canberra, where people had the opportunity to discover how plants transform invisible gases and light into their present and future dinner.  Read more