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NH 3407 - Board and Senate Room

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1

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As the global population escalates and the impacts of climate change are realized, how will we feed the planet? What are University of Waterloo graduate students discovering now – from research spanning agriculture and food production; foods, nutrition and health; food safety, food security and sustainability; to global food systems –that will inform the future?

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George Heath, PhD Candidiate
Biology, Faculty of Science
George explores methods to improve aquaculture by selecting for disease resistant Atlantic salmon in the face of warming coastal waters.

Lucy Hinton, PhD Candidate
Global Governance, Faculty of Environment
Lucy explores conflicting interests in governance forums where guidance for good food and nutrition policies in the Global South are made.

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Join UWaterloo's Associate Vice-President, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, Jeff Casello at this great event. Don't forget your smartphone, we will also be voting for the November 28 GRADtalks: People's Choice topic.

3:30pm - talks, including question and answer

4:45pm - wine and cheese*

Event is free: registration is required. Limited spots are available.

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