Literature is able to reach audiences from diverse backgrounds, present the fruits of scientific research in an approachable way, and offer inspirations for new scientific explorations.
A new study from Washington University in St. Louis suggests Golden Rice is still years away from field introduction and even then, may fall short of lofty health benefits still cited regularly by GMO advocates.
WashU social venture WOOTA (Water Out Of Thin Air) wins Engineering Discovery Competition (EDC) for building a device that turns humidity in the air into clean drinking water.
Food crops need phosphorus to grow, and farmers are using more and more phosphorus-based fertilizer as they increase crops to feed a growing world population.
One of the world’s most precious resources is essential for public health, food supply and the economy.
A team of researchers led by Mark J. Manary, MD has found inadequate intake of amino acids is linked to debilitating condition that affects millions.
Research indicates that manipulating the makeup of microbes in the gut has the potential to provide new ways to treat and ultimately help prevent childhood malnutrition.
Researchers discovered that using nanoparticles led tomato plants to better absorb light and minerals and exhibit higher antioxidant properties.
Gordon is being honored for his pioneering role in establishing a field of research devoted to the human microbiome.
RUTF is an energy-dense, peanut butter like paste, but it is more than just peanut butter.