The 12th edition of Canada’s Food Price Report, co-authored by Arrell Chairs Drs. Simon Somogyi and Maria Corradini with colleagues from across the country, examines what Canadians can expect for their food bills in 2022.
Nasrin was nominated for her courageous efforts to advocate for the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan and for her academic achievement.
Arrell PhD Scholar Amberley Ruetz co-lead a Canada wide survey, taking stock of current school food program practices and the scale of program coverage in the country.
Arrell PhD Scholar Karthika Sriskantharajah has helped test the potential of hexanal to bring more apples to market.
Each year Arrell Scholars and their HQP peers are paired with an organization or business to build new skills through experiential learning.
Dr. Corradini and team tested for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 on high-traffic surfaces in food retail stores, to keep communities safe.
Policies aimed towards mitigating climate change through regenerative agriculture should also consider nitrogen as an essential part of the ‘carbon sequestration equation’.
A groundbreaking nutrition scientist and a Lebanese Indigenous food security foundation will receive the Arrell Global Food Innovation Awards for 2021.
The new scholars’ will join the University of Guelph from Colombia, Iran and Canada.