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Global food science organization recognizes Hatzakis with Young Scientist Award
The International Union of Food Science and Technology has honored Dr. Emmanuel Hatzakis with its Young Scientist Award for outstanding scientific contributions.Learn More
In a Q&A in the Summer 2017 edition of the magazine Edible Columbus, Nick Kawa, an assistant professor in OSU's Department of Anthropology and a new faculty hire through InFACT, talks about his recent research on biosolids in agriculture. Kawa's research interests center on human-environmental interaction, with specific focus on human relationships to plants and soils.
The Foods for Health Discovery Theme is pleased to announce awards to three postdoctoral researchers for 50% support for one year beginning August 2017. Recipients will each work on a transdisciplinary, collaborative project that uses metabolomics to address a relevant problem in the food-nutrition-health axis, with mentoring by two or more faculty affiliates in the FFH initiative.