The fund will ensure innovations and emerging agricultural science will be adopted and incorporated into teaching and research programs for generations to come.
Catherine Field reminds us that students are partners in research and how previous solutions can be adapted to meet challenges across disciplines.
The stories and achievements of eight of the many women at the U of A whose work challenges the status quo.
U of A research could help ranchers adapt to climate change and preserve vital ecosystems.
Innovation will depend as much on social factors as technological ones, says U of A co-author.
The Ărramăt Project, co-led by ALES professor Brenda Parlee, was recently awarded $24 million from the federal government’s New Frontiers in Research Fund.
In the drive to become more efficient and adaptive, farms are becoming innovation incubators – ALES Dean Stan Blade discusses.