The breadth of organisations within the AgriPark bring a broad set of value propositions some of which will be operational and others will be based on the recognition that the knowledge economy benefits when partners collaborate as equals with a common vision.
The AgriPark currently hosts more than 80 staff from a range of state, research and private enterprises.
The combination of novel technology and new players in agriculture is already creating genuine disruption. The companies who are part of the collaboration ecosystems will be positioned to capitalise on the disruption.
The most advanced collaboration ecosystems have representation from academia, industry and government.
Charles Sturt University has three flagship Research Centres; the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, the National Wine & Grape Industry Centre, and the Institute for Land, Water & Society.
Each Research Centre has strategic themes, significant industry engagement and broad regional, national and international influence.
Charles Sturt University has over 500 research scientists with more than 200 based at the Wagga Wagga campus. The University has research discipline strengths in Biosecurity, Cereal Chemistry and Food Sciences, Data Management and Cyber Security, Farming Systems, Market Analysis and Social Engagement, Veterinary Sciences and Animal Nutrition, Weed Management and Herbicide Resistance.