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FIC Members Linnette Goard and Shari Gallup Featured in the Columbus Dispatch Discussing Food Preservation

FIC Members Linnette Goard and Shari Gallup are featured in the Columbus Dispatch discussing methods for food preservation Read more


FIC member Charles Emery's Food Storage Study Featured on the Food Network

Is the way you store your food at home making you fat? Read more


Dietary Guidelines: Focus on Diets, Not Individual Nutrients

FIC director Ken Lee and FIC member Robert Murray recently co-authored an article titled, “Dietary guidelines: Focus on diets, not individual nutrients,” for The Hill. Read more


Chef Jim Warner Teaching Garden to Table Cooking Demos for Area Youth

Jim Warner is teaching cooking demos for the Highland Youth Garden Chefs in the City outreach program. Read more


Sudhir Sastry Awarded the 2015 International Food Engineering Award

Sudhir K. Sastry is the recipient of the 2015 International Food Engineering Award. Read more


Michael Bailey Featured in Huffington Post Discussing Children's Diets and Gut Microbiomes

Could germs be to blame for your toddler's temper tantrums? Michael Bailey featured in the Huffington Post discussing children's diets and gut microbiomes. Read more


Steven Schwartz and Robin Ralston Featured in TIME

Steven Schwartz and Robin Ralston are featured in TIME discussing the benefits of drinking tomato juice. Read more


Nancy Moran Awarded the NIH 'Pathway to Independence' Career Development Award

Nancy E. Moran, Ph.D. awarded “Pathway to Independence” Career Development Award (K99/R00) by The National Institutes of Health to study “Mechanisms of Carotenoid Transport and Interactions with Nutrient Absorption.” Read more


Dr. Yael Vodovotz Featured on 10TV's 'Toward a Cancer Free World'

Dr. Yael Vodovotz featured on a recent segment of 10TV's 'Toward a Cancer Free World' Read more


Keeping food visible throughout the house is linked to obesity

FIC member Charles Emery has identified two seemingly unrelated but strong predictors of obesity: having low self-esteem related to one’s weight and keeping food visibly available around the house, outside the kitchen. Read more