Prairie Urban Farm encourages Edmontonians to create their own food safety net
Team of ALES students wins national food development competition
University of Guelph export brings expertise in disturbed wetland research
What’s been causing Western Canada’s recent smog alerts and poor air quality? The answer lies somewhere between forest fires and upwind. Mike Flannigan, wildland fire professor ,Department of Renewable Resources provides expert comment.
Ethiopian mustard could hold the key to blackleg resistance in Canadian canola crops, says Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science Professor Habibur Rahman.
To learn more about her trajectory across ten years and 80 degrees of latitude, we approached her with a few questions and were very fortunate to get such enthusiastic responses from the very busy and brilliant Dr. Prado.
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"I love my major – Food Science and Technology, and I want to continue learning and apply to the food industry, in order to support human well being."