UWA Institute of Agriculture
Our vision is to foster innovation and provide research-based solutions to food and nutritional security, environmental sustainability and agribusiness. The Institute works with the agricultural and natural resource sectors to create knowledge and improve workforce skills, such that those committed to agriculture may advance their individual aspirations, contribute to local and regional prosperity, and exercise responsible stewardship of the environment.
Hackett Professor Kadambot Siddique - Director, UWA Institute of Agriculture
In the Spotlight
Discover the latest in agriculture research and innovation.
Clean, green and ethical animal production at the fore
After completing 15 years of research and postgraduate training, Dr Zoey Durmic is a pioneer in ruminant microbiology and native plant feed.Read more
Researchers dig deep to uncover soil fungi
Researchers from The University of Western Australia’s Institute of Agriculture have collaborated on a world-first study to directly compare the abundance and richness of two groups of root-colonising fungi across a diverse set of Australian biomes.Read more
Could a native fungus be key to sustainable agriculture? Check out Dr Khalil Kariman's research
Dr Khalil Kariman's research is making strides into the fascinating field of plant-fungi symbioses, and may be part of the sustainable agriculture puzzle.Read more