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Möller Wins USDA National Teaching Award

School of Food Science professor and environmental chemist Greg Möller received one of the nation’s most exclusive and prestigious teaching awards Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014.…

UI Ag Days Teaches High Schoolers about Food Science

UI’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) hosted 200 high school students for a Food Science Showcase during 2014 Ag Days. The showcase provided…

Food Safety Grants Available for Food Processors

The Food Safety Validation Technology Grant (FSVT) will provide up to $10,000 in technical assistance to help Idaho & Washington food, dairy and beverage processors…

SFS Faculty Member Greg Moller Wins Film Award

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO’S GREG MÖLLER AND NICK WOOD SELECTED A WINNER IN THE 35th ANNUAL TELLY AWARDS The Telly Awards has named University of Idaho…

Wine Science Center at WSU Tri-Cities Moving Toward Completion

The Wine Science Center is in its eleventh month of construction. At completion, the facility will be the most technologically advanced wine science center in the…

Retirement of Jim Nelson, UI Research Support Scientist

After 14 years of working as a research support scientist in the School of Food Science, Jim Nelson has retired. A celebration in his honor…

Summer 2014 Graduates

  Trent Millin (Masters in Food Science, WSU) Thursday, July 10th Title:  “Physicochemical and structural changes in potato French fries during processing.” Chair: Girish Ganjyal…

Global teamwork will make world food supply safer

The Center for Applied Food Safety and Processing has been established with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Seoul National University Department of…

New Faculty Member Lin Receives “Best Paper” Award

  Dr. Amy Lin’s recently published paper entitled “Mammalian mucosal a-glucosidases coordinate with alpha-amylase in the initial starch hydrolysis stage to have a role in…

Dr. N.S. Goulding, the man who created Cougar Gold

Cougar Gold namesake and former Washington State University professor Norman Shirley Golding is not as famous as the cheese he helped develop. But he should…
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