News from Naturally@UConn

Plant science + animal science = a nutritional yogurt

August 14, 2018

Q: What is the result of combining the scientific knowledge of a well-known plant breeder and an award winning dairy microbiologist with cooperation from nutritional sciences and allied health sciences? A: It all adds up to a tasty UConn-made yogurt that holds promise for its nutritional value because it is flavored with healthful berries from […]

CAHNR in the news

August 10, 2018

Fresh from the Field reported on biodegradable plastic mulch research done by Shuresh Ghimire when he was a graduate student at Washington State University. Ghimire recently joined UConn Extension as an extension vegetable educator. UConn Today depicted Keiona Khen, a nutritional sciences student, as she participated in the McNair Scholars poster presentation on July 25. […]

Meet graduate student Garrett Maxey

August 08, 2018

After completing his undergraduate degree, Garrett Maxey spent two years working in the turfgrass industry before deciding to study for his master’s degree at UConn. As a native of Missouri, he enjoys the history of New England as well as the milder summers and scenic fall foliage. His dream job would involve managing athletic fields […]

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