The ARC Research Hub For Medicinal Agriculture

Life giving medicines from plants

Partners from Academia and Industry

Leading the development of the medicinal agriculture industry

Combining extensive research capabilities in agricultural and biomedical sciences

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Partners of the ARC Research Hub For Medicinal Agriculture

Using state-of-the-art physical and intellectual
infrastructure to support cutting edge research in
medicinal agriculture
Cutting edge research focused on improving
the profitability and sustainability of
medicinal agriculture
Results driven research adding value for
pharmaceutical manufacturers and end-users
Developing an industry ready workforce,
through world class research, education and training


The ARC Research Hub for Medicinal Agriculture

Medicines derived from plants have a long history of improving our quality of life and, with the development of new technologies and capabilities, we are just at the beginning of what can be achieved.

The Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Hub for Medicinal Agriculture (ARC MedAg Hub) brings together exceptional research capabilities in the fields of agriculture and biomedical sciences, from both Academia and Industry, that will place Australia at the forefront of agribiotech research, production and manufacturing. Ultimately this will enhance the quality of life of all Australians.

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The ARC MedAg Hub aims to transform the production of high quality, plant derived therapeutics into an integrated, Australia-wide industry that spans primary producers and manufacturers. 

By bringing together highly skilled research capabilities and industry expertise, the resulting knowledge from the ARC MedAg Hub will be applicable across related industries, lead innovation and build the specialised education, training and workforce needed to underpin Australia’s developing medicinal agriculture industry.

 

 


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