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ANFS food science lab work
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ANFS food science lab work

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Latest CANR Research News
  • Inner Workings: Keeping arsenic out of rice

    August 12, 2021 | From the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journal
    Angelia Seyfferth is investigating how husk fertilizer affects the movement and form of arsenic within the rice plant.
  • Hungry birds need healthy caterpillars

    August 10, 2021 | Written by Beth Miller
    Caterpillars are especially important in our environment because of their impact on birds. Most bird species rely on caterpillars to provide energy for themselves and their young.
  • Helping India's smallholder farmers

    August 04, 2021 | Written by Adam Thomas
    UD graduates assist with this research study that suggests diversifying nutritional strategies in India. Angelia Seyfferth, associate professor in CANR, said that CENFOODS is happy to support talented students like Jessica Clark internships program.
  • Resisting urban pressure

    August 02, 2021 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    UD researchers investigate ability of urban trees, soils to maintain critical ecosystem services.
  • Portrayals of Black women

    Article by Nikki Laws | September 17, 2021

    UD undergraduate student researches the characterization of Black women across major streaming services

  • Improving human health

    Article by Karen B. Roberts | September 17, 2021

    UD’s Xinqiao Jia secures $4.85 million to advance vocal fold, salivary gland research

  • Ancient ocean conditions

    Article by Adam Thomas | September 17, 2021

    UD student spent the summer looking at tiny shells to understand climatic conditions thousands of years ago

  • $2 million grant from NIH

    Article by Ann Manser | September 09, 2021

    Early career award for Molly Sutherland supports biologist’s research on an essential cellular process

  • Get your hands dirty

    Article by Dante LaPenta | September 14, 2021

    Undergraduates learn and care for UD Botanic Gardens

  • Improving human health

    Article by Karen B. Roberts | September 17, 2021

    UD’s Xinqiao Jia secures $4.85 million to advance vocal fold, salivary gland research

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