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2nd round of CEOS Mini-Talks on the Economics of Sustainability
The U.S. and subsequently the global swine industry have invested significant resources into practices to prevent pathogen introduction into farms. Despite these massive investments for both research and implementation, disease outbreaks continue to be commonplace in the global industry. This presentation will provide a practical, industry-based overview of current practic
"Reducing Water Scarcity by Improving Water Productivity" and "Identifying the Atmospheric and Economic Key Drivers of Global Air Pollution Change: A Combined SDA Approach"
FSHN Graduate Seminar Series Kameron Moding, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Human Development and Family Studies Purdue University "Developmental predictors of new food acceptance in early childhood."
Dr. Kuebbing is a plant ecologist interested in how human actions—like the movement of nonnative species around the globe—affects ecological communities. Her primary aims in research are to build a better theoretical understanding of how invasion by plant species alters communities and ecosystems and to apply this knowledge to promote the stewardship of our environment.
"Climate and Economic Triggers of Cropland Change in the US: A Fine-Scale Spatial Analysis"
WOMEN IN SCIENCE LECTURE SERIES HOSTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ARCHIVES Join us on December 8, 2020, 12:00-1:00 pm CT, for the University of Illinois Archives’ fourth Women in Science lecture! Dr. Zeynep Madak-Erdogan, Associate Professor of Nutrition and Director of the Women’s Health, Hormones and Nutrition lab, will speak about her research into the connecti
Risk Appetite and Intermediation by Swap Dealers