The young Australian scientists tackling global food security

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Updated April 15 2021 - 12:08am, first published August 17 2020 - 4:00pm
Anika Molesworth pictured during her time in Laos where she researched farmer perceptions of climate change for her Masters. Ms Molesworth is one of the speakers taking part in The Crawford Fund's, Science for Food Security online event, held as part of National Science Week. Photo supplied.
Anika Molesworth pictured during her time in Laos where she researched farmer perceptions of climate change for her Masters. Ms Molesworth is one of the speakers taking part in The Crawford Fund's, Science for Food Security online event, held as part of National Science Week. Photo supplied.

Former Young Farmer of the Year, Anika Molesworth has worked in international agricultural development in both Laos and Cambodia and has recently signed a book deal to write about climate change and food security issues.

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Olivia Calver

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