agronomy and food science
New research published in Science shows how the rise of modern agriculture turned a North American native plant, common waterhemp, into a problematic agricultural weed. An international team led by researchers at the University of British Columbia with colleagues at the University of Toronto, compared 187 waterhemp samples from modern farms and neighbouring wetlands with more than 100 historical samples dating as far back as 1820 that had been stored in museums across North America.
Waterloo-led team tackles food insecurity through sustainable year-round berry production in Canada. By Katharine Tuerke Faculty of Science - Climate change, armed conflict, economic and political instability and natural disasters can all impact food security.
Assistant / Associate Professor, Wheat Breeding and Genetics University of Alberta
Tenure-Track Faculty position in dairy science - physiochemistry Université de Laval
Professeure ou professeur en sciences laitières - physicochimie Université de Laval
Assistant or Associate Professor and the Martin and Denise Pick Family Chair in Sustainable Cropping Systems University of Guelph
Research Associate - Agronomy University of Alberta