ABE graduate student Sserunjogi on ISU winning team at Worldwide 2018 Food Solutions Challenge

ABE graduate student Mike Sserunjogi was part of a team of three ISU students who won the worldwide 2018 Food Solutions Challenge based upon their proposal to increase the shelf life of cassava in Africa, where this staple food typically rots within three days of the original harvest. From the story: “The competition helped me understand my potential for scientific innovations and leadership. Now, I can use this experience and combine it with my major in post-harvest technology to improve food security globally,” Sserunjogi said. Please click here to read on.

 

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