Food & Nutrition

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Food & Nutrition

IANR Invited to the new East Campus Dining Center

East Campus Dining Services staff invite IANR faculty and staff to experience the new East Campus Dining Center, which opened for breakfast Nov. 13.
Renovated East Campus Dining Center

The Food Processing Center can help food manufacturing entrepreneurs

The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln offers a program that can help aspiring food manufacturing entrepreneurs realize their dream.
Food Innovation Center

Food Processing Center school addresses safety issues surrounding acidified canned foods

An upcoming University of Nebraska–Lincoln Food Processing Center school will offer processors the chance to develop a better understanding of safety issues surrounding acidified canned foods.
Food Innovation Center

Husker student named professional development fellow by FFAR

Nate Korth, doctoral student in complex biosystems at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln was named a professional development fellow by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.
Nate Korth

Nebraska biochemist explores role of proteins in health

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Limei Zhang has pinpointed a protein within Mtb — WhiB1 — that may help explain why tuberculosis is so hard to treat.
Limei Zhang

Nebraska program helps guard against food allergens

When Nebraska’s Steve Taylor founded the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program nearly 25 years ago — with the support of seven companies — he couldn’t have anticipated what came next.

Food Processing Center offers seminar for food business entrepreneurs

The National Food Entrepreneur program offered through The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Food Processing Center can help food business entrepreneurs with the development of small food manufacturing businesses.
Innovation Center

Funding awarded to 10 Nebraska communities to support donation garden efforts

For the fourth consecutive year, Nebraska Extension’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) has awarded funding to 10 communities across the state through its Growing Together Nebraska program.