Posts by Steve Gartner
The Hungry Microbiome: why resistant starch is good for you
Bowel cancer is the second most common cancer in Australia. Research shows that eating fibre rich in resistant starch is […]
Popina Foods on working with us
Find out how we’re working with Popina Foods to get BARLEYmax, our ‘supergrain’ that contains twice the dietary fibre of […]
The following publications detail the work involved in the development of CSIRO’s BarleyMax. Patents Bird AR, Rahman S, Regina A, […]
BarleyMax™ foods and improved bowel health
The discovery of a special type of fibre component called resistant starch led to a grain that battles disease.
Niall Finn was born in Basildon, England, in 1959, the third of five sons to Joe, a historian, and Eileen […]
3D UltraAbsorb Fabric
A novel three-dimensional nonwoven nappy-liner with outstanding functional and aesthetic attributes was invented and developed by a CSIRO team led […]
RV Investigator skidding time-lapse
The 93.9 metre research vessel, which weighs 6,082 ton, was moved from the wharf to a barge using a hydraulic system, and then towed to a dock, where the barge was submerged, leaving the vessel floating.
Jeffrey Graham (Jeff) Ellis
Biography Jeff G Ellis was born in Adelaide on 4 May, 1953. He obtained a BAgSc (Hons, 1st class) from […]