The provincial government will invest up to $713 million toward a unique agreement between the University of Guelph and OMAFRA.
Hayley Tompkins's submission to the NSERC Science, Action! contest. Hayley is an MSc student in the School of Environmental Sciences studying nesting habits and colony development of wild bumblebees.
Shanthanu Krishnakumar's submission to the NSERC Science, Action! contest. Shan is an MSc student in the Department Plant Agriculture who working on enhancing shelf life of nectarines using hexanal.
Al Sullivan is a professor in the Department of Plant Agriculture who focuses on the breeding, genetics, physiology and management of ornamental species.
Angela is an assistant professor of beef cattle and small ruminant genomics in the Department of Animal Biosceiences. She also plays an active role in the Centre for Genetic Improvement of Livestock (CGIL).
François is a researcher in the Department of Plant Agriculture who studies herbicide resistance in weeds.
Liam Kelly's research if focused on better understanding poverty and hunger and how economics can provide tangible solutions and policy alternatives.
Scott is exploring his interest in the environmental benefits of genetically modified foods through a PhD in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics with a focus on international development.
James, an assistant professor in the School of Environmental Sciences, studies the behaviour of chemical contaminants in the environment.
Natalia is a PhD student in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph interested in creating a more food-secure world.