Edward Bork & Carolyn Fitzsimmons (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) describe a new University of Alberta research project that could help ranchers customize their cattle to the type of pastures they have, creating economic and envir…
PhD candidate Becs Hiltz (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) is picking up where scientists left off 40 years ago, trying to solve a problem of delayed immunity that affects nearly a third of calves worldwide.
Graham Plastow (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) is mixing agriculture with AI to develop a tool that will help ranchers get ahead of trends in everything from weather to beef prices.
Martin Zuidhof and Valerie Carney (both Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) are supporting innovation adoption in the Alberta poultry industry.
Ben Willing (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) is partnering with researchers across Canada to map the gut microbiomes of pigs in an effort to suss out any trends related to piglet growth and health.
Linda Gorim (ALES) is leading a team using the latest technology to test how well different breeds convert the power of the sun, with the goal of improving yields for Canadian farmers.
Sven Anders (Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology) and an international team of researchers have raised the alarm over stalled adoption of biotechnologies, which they argue would otherwise improve future food security.
ALES (Department of Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) and Science research demonstrate how an underused grazing technique can help combat climate change and preserve paddock health.
Sheau-Fang Hwang (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Sciences) is interviewed about research she conducted on a particular product’s effect on clubroot in canola. While the results are intriguing, Hwang notes much more research would be needed to confirm effectiveness in the field and …
Ellen Goddard (Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology) predicts larger problems on the horizon, due to the economic fallout of COVID-19, for those suffering from food insecurity.