The Loblaw’s Academy Partnership
Right or Left Hands Matter for Fats in Foods, Drugs and Computers: Guelph Study
A discovery involving left- and right-handed fat molecules by University of Guelph food scientists may open the way to more healthful foods, new forms of drug delivery -- and even the next generation of computers and other consumer electronics.
The University of Guelph is marketing three food innovations, recently patented, that could make varieties of cheese, certain pastries and beverages healthier.
Click here for an article in the Guelph Mercury on research in the department of Food Science.
Students from the University of Guelph have been crowned the 2013 national champions in Pulse Canada’s Mission ImPULSEible Student Food Development Competition for their product “Nutrisnaps”.
Read the Pulse Canada article here.
Professors in The Globe and Mail
Two U of G Profs Among Most Influential Hispanic Canadians
November 23, 2012 - News Release
Two University of Guelph professors have made this year’s “Top 10” list of most influential Hispanic Canadians.
Sylvain Charlebois, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the College of Management and Economics, was quoted in a CBC News story on the safety of the Canadian food supply.