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University Partners

The N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) is part of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Comprised of Research and N.C. Cooperative Extension programs, PHHI is located at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis.



Funding Partners

The Plants for Human Health Institute has secured several grants to support its research and Cooperative Extension efforts. Funding partners are recognized for their contributions that will ultimately help North Carolina’s citizens and economy.




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Other Partners

N.C. Research Campus
The North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis is a private-public venture created to foster collaboration and further advancements in the fields of biotechnology, nutrition and health. The campus includes representatives from eight universities, one community college, the David H. Murdock Research Institute (DHMRI) and corporate entities. Partnering universities include Appalachian State University, Duke University, N.C. A&T State University, N.C. Central University, N.C. State University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte and UNC Greensboro. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College faculty offer on-campus biotechnology education to prepare the local workforce for research support positions.

The 10% CampaignThe 10% Campaign
The 10% Campaign, sponsored by the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS), with the support of N.C. Cooperative Extension and funding from Golden LEAF Foundation, is a statewide campaign to increase support for local food producers, businesses and communities. Doing so will create jobs, boost the viability of North Carolina farms and fisheries and promote healthy communities statewide. Visit www.nc10percent.com to learn how you can help build North Carolina’s local food economy.

BioXplore is a collaborative international project funded by European Union under the ENPI CBC MED program which aims to promote socioeconomic development and enhancement of territories in the Mediterranean Sea Basin area. The consortium includes partners from four countries, including N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute.

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