Babcock dairy plant playing a bigger role in student training [...more]
ON THE COVER
Safe food. Healthy food. Enough food. Can we secure the bounty we take for granted for future generations? A team of CALS experts say that we can meet the world’s food challenges––and here are their best ideas for how to do it.
Veteran professor Jack Kloppenburg takes on a new role helping students figure out what it means to live green. [...more]
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Babcock dairy plant playing a bigger role in student training
Clean Water ... One Sip at a Time
FOR DECADES, DOCTORS HAVE USED COLLAGEN FROM COWS to treat arthritis, severe burns and other ailments that result from a breakdown of the body’s natural collagen. But a new alternative—human collagen engineered in the lab—is getting nearer. CALS biochemist Ron Raines, ... Read More
Restoring grass may not be enough to help grassland birds
Scholarship fund fills growing gap in student aid.
Team of scientists saves Australian flower from fungal pathogens.
Saiga antelopes of southern Russia are dwindling in number, and one CALS professor is trying to stop it.
An alum and a professor make a trans-Atlantic connection to get the war-torn nation's farms back on track.
Veteran professor Jack Kloppenburg takes on a new role helping students figure out what it means to live green.
Erick Danzer MA'06
PhD'96 Food Science
BS'88, Biochemistry, MS'93, Nutritional Sciences
BS'02, Biology, Nutritional Sciences
MS'81, Nutritional Sciences
BS'00, Nutritional Sciences
BS'98, Nutritional Sciences
Behind the browning of toast, chocolate, steak and even your favorite coffee beans.
How to get the colors of the rainbow and beta-carotene all in one.