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PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-700
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SCRC: PhD : Protecting the Safety and Quality of Australian Oysters using Predictive Models Integrated with ‘Intelligent’ Cold Chain Technologies

Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a bacterial species indigenous to marine environments and can accumulate in oysters. Some V. parahaemolyticus strains are pathogenic and seafoodborne outbreaks are observed worldwide. This pathogen can reach infectious levels in oysters if post-harvest temperatures are not...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2010-765
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SCRC: Seafood CRC Visiting Expert and Master Classes - Dr Paw Dalgaard - SSSP and related food safety and quality software

Dr. Paw Dalgaard of the Danish Technical University is internationally recognised for his work on microbial quality, spoilage and safety of fish. His research studies are made accessible to industry through internet software that can be used to predict the growth of bacteria of interest on seafood...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-768
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SCRC: PDRS - Seafood Molecular Biologist: Mapping Microbial Communities in Seafood Production and Processing Environments to Improve Targeting Intervention Strategies (Dr Shane Powell)

Until the 1990s, when it became possible to access and analyse DNA directly from the environment, the study of microbiology was limited to studying microbes that were able to be grown in artificial culture. The advent of DNA-based methods provided a way to access and study the enormous diversity of...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-720
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SCRC: SCRC RTG: Jenny Cobcroft and Stephen Battaglene "Research exchange to the University of Patras and Mediterranean marine fish hatcheries and attendance at larvi 2009 and the LARVANETworkshop"

Dr Jennifer Cobcroft and Assoc Prof Stephen Battaglene were invited to visit the aquaculture research laboratories of the University of Patras, Greece and collaborating research and commercial marine fish hatcheries in Greece (1-4 Sept 09). The visit enabled the development of an existing...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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