The School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences is hosting a presentation at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis next Tuesday evening. And they’ll give you a ride if you want. The details, from the SAES Ag e-Dispatch (http://www.ag.ncat.edu/agedispatch/):
Three scientists at the SAES’s Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies at the N. C. Research Campus in Kannapolis will be giving presentations covering their current research work on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at a program timed for and tailored to students and colleagues in Greensboro. Agricultural Research Program vans will be departing from C. H. Moore at 4 p.m. on Feb. 15, and returning from Kannapolis between 8:30 and 9 p.m. SAES faculty, staff and students who would like to reserve a seat should contact Ben Forbes. Following the three presentations by CEPHT scientists, there will be a quick tour of the CEPHT labs in Kannapolis before the vans load up for the return to Greensboro.
Scientists and subjects on the Feb 15 agenda are:
- Dr. Leonard Williams, Lead scientist for food safety, whose topic will be “Epidemiological Surveillance of Foodborne Pathogens”
- Dr. Guibing Chen, Lead scientist for food engineering, whose topic will be “Modification of Wheat Bran Using Microfluidization”
- Dr. Shengmin Sang, lead scientist for functional foods, whose topic will be “Functional Foods for Prevention of Cancer and Diabetic Complications”