Research taps into wasted resource

By Leah Tindale
November 15 2021 - 5:00pm
Chameleon Innovations managing director Blaise Thomas (left), ChemCentre research and innovations manager John Moursounidis, Fight Food Waste Co-operative Research Centre chief exectutive officer Steven Lapidge, ChemCentre research scientist Kenneth Dods, Australian Genome Research Facility technical superviser David Chandler and School of Molecular and Life Sciences Curtin University associate professor Ranil Coorey.
Chameleon Innovations managing director Blaise Thomas (left), ChemCentre research and innovations manager John Moursounidis, Fight Food Waste Co-operative Research Centre chief exectutive officer Steven Lapidge, ChemCentre research scientist Kenneth Dods, Australian Genome Research Facility technical superviser David Chandler and School of Molecular and Life Sciences Curtin University associate professor Ranil Coorey.

A PREDOMINANTLY untouched resource lies in Western Australia, with 14 million sandalwood trees on 15,000 hectares of land in the Wheatbelt.

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