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FeedBack: Reflecting on the Interdisciplinary Research Process

Steven Lam, a Research Assistant with Food From Thought, reflects his experience as part of the AFI-FFT graduate cohort.

Steven looks at cows in a barn

Discover the Entomology of Food at Canada’s Food University

Campus is buzzing in anticipation of the 2017 Entomological Society of Ontario conference.

A bee on a blue flower

Inaugural Arrell Scholarships Awarded

Nasrin Husseini, Kathleen Johnson, Katya Kudashkina, Amberley Ruetz, and Karthika Sriskantharajah are the 2017 recipients of the Arrell Food Institute Scholarships.

Nasrin, Arrell Food Institute Scholarship winner, sits with a beef calf

The time is now to position Canada as a global leader in Agri-Food (The Hill Times)

On February 16th Professor Evan Fraser and Rory McAlpine were featured in The Hill Times discussing Canada’s agri-food potential.

Red combine in a brown field with a bright blue sky

Soil health for a stronger planet

Professor Wagner-Riddle gives insight to the vital importance of soil health to Ontario and the globe.

Dissection of grass, roots and soil

Food waste lesson plans connect research to classrooms

New unit plans help teachers bring food waste research to the change-makers of the future.

Studen't hand places a sticker onto a paper hung on a board

Illusions of abundance in an age of scarcity

Walrus Talk by Professor Evan Fraser, Director of the Food Institute of the University of Guelph

An irrigation system spraying water in a pasture

How can food and agriculture adapt to climate change?

Diversity in agriculture creates resiliency against climate change according to University of Guelph agricultural and environmental researchers.

small soybean plants growing in cracked earth

9 things you should know about Food from Thought

University of Guelph wants to know how to feed the world without undermining the environment.

Aerial view of a green field with blue truck in row

Fending off an avian flu pandemic

While the risk to humans has so far been low, the unpredictability of the avian flu virus requires a multi-pronged approach to prevention.

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