Posted on by Whitney Sager Three graduates of the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition were presented the 2018 Alumni Impact Award to recognize the accomplishments they have made in the field of food science and human nutrition. The awards were distributed at the eighth annual Celebration Banquet, held Oct. 25, at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center.
Posted on by Whitney Sager Assistant Professor Melha Mellata and her team of researchers from Iowa State University have discovered that mice with a limited number of normal bacteria in the gut can be infected with enterohemorrhagic E. coli (EHEC) for research purposes.
Posted on by Victoria Holthaus Nearly 400 College of Human Sciences students are using this summer to gain knowledge, skill, and experience in their field through an internship. Internships, student teaching placements and other practicums are essential to the learning process at Iowa State, whether they are close to campus or around the world.
Posted on by Whitney Sager Angelica Van Goor, a post-doctoral researcher in Assistant Professor Melha Mellata’s lab, has been accepted into an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellowship.
Posted on by Whitney Sager The first phase of Professor Stephanie Clark's plan to open a creamery at Iowa State will come to fruition this fall with the opening of a micro-creamery in the Center for Crops Utilization Research pilot plant, located within the Food Sciences Building.
Posted on by Barb McBreen An Iowa State team of graduate students earned first place honors in the 2018 Food Solutions Challenge on May 20 for its proposal to improve the shelf life of cassava, which is a staple food in Africa and can rot within three days after harvest.