Global food security and agricultural development leader and advocate Sam Dryden has passed away at age 67.
A new True Health Initiative report addresses critics of the controversial Seven Countries Study begun in 1958, which sought to examine lifestyle and dietary factors with coronary heart disease outcomes across time.
Researchers at OpenAg have developed a series of personal food computers, which are different-sized controlled growing environments that collect thousands of data points on the crops growing inside of them.
Food Tank talks specialty crops, local farming, and educating the future generation of sustainable farmers with Hawaii Agriculture Research Center’s Stephanie Whalen.
An Australian study indicates adding a small percent of seaweed to cow feed could drastically reduce methane emissions from cattle
BCFN Alumni Dr Elena Cadel discusses her passion for food and psychology and how to build healthier, more sustainable eating habits.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that 42 million people, including 13 million children, in the United States were food insecure in 2015. While food insecurity rates have been declining since 2009, the last year of the Great Recession, food insecurity and poverty still remain highe
Michele Pedrotti, BCFN Yes! Competition 2014 finalist and Geographic Representative of BCFN Alumni Network for Europe, speaks about his deep passion for food and how Sensory Science can help tackle food waste.
Norbert Wilson talks about the eye-opening experiences he had after college that led to his dedication to research why we eat what we eat and the circumstances that drive food waste. He also shares his ideas about how to create a more accessible food system for all.
A new United Nations report has rejected the myth that pesticides are necessary in feeding the world, highlighting the catastrophic damage they have caused to people and the environment.