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WVU food science experts determine the properties of protein in several insect powders

WVU food science experts determine the properties of protein in several insect powders

‘Smart’ food packaging material kills microbes and keeps food fresh

‘Smart’ food packaging material kills microbes and keeps food fresh

Researchers develop plant-based emulsifier likely to replace eggs or dairy

Researchers develop plant-based emulsifier likely to replace eggs or dairy

How Can Sustainable Agricultural Practices Improve Soil Health?

How Can Sustainable Agricultural Practices Improve Soil Health?

Research reveals nutrient responses underpinning a potentially deadly, low-chlorophyll state in plants

Research reveals nutrient responses underpinning a potentially deadly, low-chlorophyll state in plants

World Soil Day: An Interview with the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)

World Soil Day: An Interview with the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)

Growing healthy, nutritious food with a minimized carbon and water footprint

Growing healthy, nutritious food with a minimized carbon and water footprint

New partnership to harness the power of genomic science to overcome poverty, hunger, and malnutrition

New partnership to harness the power of genomic science to overcome poverty, hunger, and malnutrition

Greenhouse gas emissions higher for non-vegetarian diets than for vegetarian diets

Greenhouse gas emissions higher for non-vegetarian diets than for vegetarian diets

New framework evaluates the intersection of urbanization and agrobiodiversity

New framework evaluates the intersection of urbanization and agrobiodiversity

Researchers develop artificial genomic DNA capable of replication and evolution

Researchers develop artificial genomic DNA capable of replication and evolution

Treating Manure to Save the Planet

Treating Manure to Save the Planet

Researchers identify genes related with plant survival in the Atacama Desert in Chile

Researchers identify genes related with plant survival in the Atacama Desert in Chile

Combining food science and computer programming to help the food industry stop Listeria outbreaks

Combining food science and computer programming to help the food industry stop Listeria outbreaks

New Texas A&M AgriLife research could spearhead the evolution for urban farming

New Texas A&M AgriLife research could spearhead the evolution for urban farming

Researchers identify the best responding odorant receptors for furaneol

Researchers identify the best responding odorant receptors for furaneol

Novel cost-effective model helps ascertain the origin of food

Novel cost-effective model helps ascertain the origin of food

Researchers aim to improve efficiency and genetics in organic corn production

Researchers aim to improve efficiency and genetics in organic corn production

Storing more water in Brazil’s reservoirs could alleviate water and energy supply crisis

Storing more water in Brazil’s reservoirs could alleviate water and energy supply crisis

Researchers identify a manipulation molecule produced by bacteria to hijack plant development

Researchers identify a manipulation molecule produced by bacteria to hijack plant development