This event is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Faculty, our undergraduate degrees and majors, and experience what a day in the life of an LFS student looks like!
Caroline Ritter was drawn to UBC to study the social networks of dairy farmers.
Juli Carrillo and her research partners Terramera and SFU were recognized by Innovate BC with an Ignite award and $241,500 in funding.
UBC hosts experts at alumni event, Café Scientifique: GMOs in the Global Food System.
Food Science researchers measure how much of a recipe’s sugar is lost when cakes are browned.
The Ryley-Jeffs Award is the highest recognition given by the Board of Dietitians of Canada.
Jeff Holmes receives the Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism Undergraduate Research Excellence Award.
UBC Animal Welfare Program wins a national award for “Leadership and Innovation in Animal Welfare Science”.
Just like humans, some calves are inherently optimistic or pessimistic, according to a new study.
Measuring climate impact from agriculture could help farmers, policymakers and scientists in future.
Animal Welfare Program's Marina von Keyserlingk and Daniel Weary recognized for their prolific publications.
Aviva Rappaport's research paper on the efficacy of iron supplements in Cambodia is published.
Business in Vancouver
Feeding Growth cultivating connections
‘Unprecedented low water levels’ in northern, central B.C. raise fears for future of wildlife
Why ‘buy local’ Canadian dairy campaigns may be tricky to follow through
The Star Vancouver
Milk carrying growth hormone could spill over the border following USMCA deal, scientist says
Canadians shouldn’t bet on lower dairy prices under new trade deal: experts
Got coyotes? Researchers want to photograph them on residential properties
How NAFTA Changed the Way We Eat
The Globe and Mail
Art and sustainable farming celebrated at Toronto and Vancouver events