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As the world’s population continues to increase, we will need to double food production by 2050 to meet global demands, while protecting our fragile resources for the 'Dining Boom' (National Geographic, 2017).  Be part of the solution by studying topics such as the design of intelligent irrigation systems to maximise crop yield whilst saving valuable water resources or the use of precision agriculture to increase the effectiveness and accuracy of fertiliser and herbicide application. 

Explore USQ's Agricultural Engineering degrees

Fraser is smiling while using robotic equipment.


Graduating from a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) , Fraser is conducting research at USQ’s Centre for Agricultural Engineering alongside international robotics and agriculture companies.
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