Food safety, nutrition, and health

Multistate Research Project Motivates Parents and Kids to Consume More Calcium

Multistate Research Project Motivates Parents and Kids to Consume More Calcium

Keeping Vermont produce safe from farm-to-table

Keeping Vermont produce safe from farm-to-table

Researcher Discovers New Salmonella Serotype

Marie Bugarel, a research assistant professor at Texas Tech University's Department of Animal and Food Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, has discovered a new serotype of the salmonella bacteria. The new serotype was confirmed by the Pasteur Institute in Paris, the international reference center for salmonella.

Detailed Genetic Map of World Wheat Varieties Developed

Kansas State University scientists have released findings of a complex, two-year study of the genomic diversity of wheat that creates an important foundation for future improvements in wheat around the world.

iCook Makes Healthy Living Fun for Kids

Researchers from the University of Maine have developed the 4-H iCook project to tackle the issue of childhood obesity in the home.

EFNEP: Delivering nutrition education to limited-resource families

The 2015 EFNEP Conference brought together representatives from land-grant universities throughout the U.S. to receive training that they can take back to use in university programs.