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What Will It Take to Nourish Everyone on the Planet?

What Will It Take to Nourish Everyone on the Planet?

Friedman School Professor Patrick Webb explains the challenges and potential solutions to achieving global food and nutrition security
New Global Nutrition and Health Atlas Provides Access to Diet-Related Health Data

New Global Nutrition and Health Atlas Provides Access to Diet-Related Health Data

New open platform provides access to diet-related health data for more than 190 countries
Four Tufts Faculty Are Among Top Researchers in the World

Four Tufts Faculty Are Among Top Researchers in the World

Work by the scientists is among top cited globally, according to a new ranking
Behind the Scenes at the Global Climate Summit

Behind the Scenes at the Global Climate Summit

Tufts delegates describe what frustrated and inspired them at the U.N. conference in Glasgow
The LASTING Project

The LASTING Project

A new interdisciplinary project based at the Friedman School aims to shine a light on environmental, health, economic, and social dimensions of diet sustainability in order to address existing gaps in diet sustainability research and policy translation.
Dean to U.S. Senators: It’s Time to Reinvent the Nation’s Food System

Dean to U.S. Senators: It’s Time to Reinvent the Nation’s Food System

A second White House conference will be a major step toward conquering nutrition insecurity and diet-related disease, said Friedman School’s Dariush Mozaffarian
Dean Mozaffarian Testifies on State of Nutrition in America

Dean Mozaffarian Testifies on State of Nutrition in America

On Tuesday, November 2nd, at 10am EST, Friedman School Dean Dariush Mozaffarian will testify before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Food and Nutrition, Specialty Crops, Organics, and Research on the state of nutrition in America. The bipartisan bill in question would convene a White House conference on food, nutrition, hunger and health—the first such conference in over 50 years.
Coffee and the Effects of Climate Change

Coffee and the Effects of Climate Change

A collaborative study looks at how changing climate conditions might be affecting the taste, aroma, and overall quality of coffee
New Entry Receives USDA Grant to Support Underserved Farmers

New Entry Receives USDA Grant to Support Underserved Farmers

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced a trio of awards totaling nearly $25 million in grants and cooperative agreements intended to ensure broader access and participation in USDA programs and services for historically underserved farmers and ranchers.
Tufts Receives $10 Million Grant to Help Develop Cultivated Meat

Tufts Receives $10 Million Grant to Help Develop Cultivated Meat

Led by David Kaplan, the multi-disciplinary effort will drive efforts to produce an alternative source of sustainable protein