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Lincoln Agritech is a multidisciplinary R&D company owned by Lincoln University. We deliver leading-edge science and engineering knowledge and technologies into environmental, primary, processing and new materials applications.

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Environment

Our environment sustains everything we depend on for healthy and prosperous lives. We provide science that enables government and water users to manage ground water quality, nitrogen impacts and water allocation and also develop smart tools for conservation and biosecurity.

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Primary
Sector

To sustainably increase primary production, farmers need new tools. Precision Agriculture is a management concept that encompasses a broad range of unique tools that together assist farmers to improve productivity, reduce management load and costs, and lower their environmental footprint.

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Processing

What can be measured can be managed. We develop smart sensing technologies to help our clients improve their decision making and attain competitive advantage by reducing costs and realising new revenue streams and product opportunities.

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New
Materials

We’re creating new revenue opportunities for New Zealand’s primary sector and beyond by developing new functionalised and high value materials from primary products. Our current research has focused on developing new high-value materials from New Zealand’s world-leading wool industry.

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Featured
Project

Transfer Pathways Programme

Transfer Pathways Programme

New Zealand’s freshwater resources are at a critical point; we cannot currently define acceptable values for water quality and quantity or ensure they are achieved in a defined time frame with any certainty.

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Latest
News

Lincoln Agritech licenses technology to CertusBio

Mar, 2016
Lincoln Agritech licenses lactose biosensor technology to CertusBio

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Scientist recipient of Royal Society's Dumont d'Urville NZ-France international funding

Mar, 2016

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Sustainable Farming Fund project – Canterbury farmers wanted for groundwater study

Mar, 2016
New study aims to understand the groundwater quality between the Ashburton and Rakaia Rivers – the regional and seasonal differences as well as depth levels.

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