Vote for the best 3-minute lightning talks created by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) Fellows! Criteria for voting: Was the talk clear, compelling, and included the connection between the research and society? Did you learn something interesting and memorable about food and agriculture that you will share with others?
*** Look for the results of the competition in late July in the FFAR newsletter. ***
VOTING HAS COMPLETED AS OF 7/15
Milkweed Matters to Monarchs
What's Hidden in a Beautiful Day
Systems Thinking for Sustainable Manure Management
Biochar and Desert Cropland
Finding Plant Armor For a Next Generation Crop
Food Access Is About More Than Food
How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Drought Resistance
Tiny Tools to Feed the Planet
Reducing Cadmium Accumulation in Chocolate
Combating Herbicide Resistance
The FFAR Fellows Program was established by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research and the University Industry Consortium to support the next generation of food and agriculture scientists and leaders. North Carolina State University, which oversees and manages this 3-year program, currently supports professional development training for 55 PHD candidates from across the U.S. and Canada. For more information: ffarfellows.org.
Current fellows made an internal selection of the 10 best lightning talks created by the group this May.