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During the past three decades Professor Siddique has established strong links in research and teaching between Australian and Indian Institutions engaged in agricultural science and related areas. These includes formal collaboration (including MoUs) between The University of Western Australia and Indian Institution such as: Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Indian Institute of Science, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), National Institute of Plant Genome Research, Punjab Agricultural University, Panjab University, Bangalore Agricultural University, Kerala Agricultural University, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Science University, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Indian Institute of Technology-Madras and Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Amity University (AU). Professor Siddique together with his colleagues from Australia has undertaken numerous research projects (10) with the above Indian institutions with funding support from Australia (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), AusAID, Australian Research Council, Australian Department of Science and Technology, Department of Industry Innovation Climate Change Science Research & Tertiary Education, Australia-India Strategic Research Fund, Council of Grain Grower Originations and The University of Western Australia) and India. To date Professor Siddique has published numerous papers jointly with Indian scientists (65). Over the years he has trained 12 PhD students and 25 post-doctoral fellows from Indian institutions in his laboratory at The University of Western Australia. Professor Siddique has also assisted (as an international advisor/steering committee member) Indian scientists in organizing various international conferences in India. Professor Siddique is an active member of The University of Western Australia’s India Strategic Committee and Australia-India Business Council. He was also part of the Australian Prime Minister and Higher Education Ministerial delegation to India on several occasions. Professor Siddique actively promotes science and technology collaboration between Australia and India through Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering in which he is a Fellow.