Tag Archives: Women in Food Science

Sowing seeds for more abundant rice crops

Sowing seeds for more abundant rice crops

Genetic engineering and ecologically responsible growing practices needn’t be strange bedfellows, says plant geneticist Pamela Ronald.

Stretching the food safety net

Consumer activist Caroline Smith DeWaal mixes science, politics and advocacy to find foodborne illness solutions.

A universe of longer shelf life for foods

NASA’s Michele Perchonok oversees food science research designed to boost shelf stability to infinity and beyond.

The brave new world of meat alternatives

Biotechnologist Isha Datar envisions menus and meat cases stocked with tasty lab-made options.