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ASU research shows how to make plants produce more food, even in drought or salty soil. But there are challenges to getting this work off—or into—the ground.
Cooking and theater-making as part of the ASU CENAS program empowers participants to connect to their cultural heritage and make healthy behavior changes.
More than 100 agricultural crops in the U.S. rely on bees for pollination. But bees are dying off at more then twice the sustainable rate. A team of ASU students has developed an innovative alternative.
A group of scholars at Arizona State University is addressing long-term sustainability problems by using a potent combination of humanistic scholarship and scientific research.
Humans produce an unprecedented amount of waste. Finding ways to reduce it takes some creative thinking.
How do we feed our cities in a sustainable way? ASU researchers find creative ways to eke out edibles in an urban environment.
ASU researchers are combining theater, cooking demonstrations and hands-on learning to transform the way people think about food.
How do you decide what to eat? ASU researchers from diverse backgrounds discuss how food is connected to ethics.
Nutrition professor Christopher Wharton discusses the health and environmental effects of our food choices at OKED's inaugural Discovery Cafe.
Phoenix may be located in the desert, but certain areas are also considered food deserts. Without access to grocery stores, residents must find alternative ways to get affordable and nutritious foods.