The Duke Energy Foundation has renewed their support of the North Carolina Research Campus-based, Plant Pathways Elucidation Project (P2EP) with a contribution of $150,000.
PHHI scientists were featured in an Alaska Dispatch article highlighting their discovery of powerful health-promoting phytochemicals in seaweed. The findings suggest that seaweed may provide protection against conditions like obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
The latest issue of Results, published by N.C. State University’s Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development, features PHHI Director Dr. Mary Ann Lila on the cover. The story captures the spirit of Lila’s work and the mission of the Plants for Human Health Institute.
PHHI is hiring for a nutrition-related position with its N.C. Cooperative Extension team. The position will be responsible for creating a nutrition-oriented program to develop research-based resources that educate people about the health-promoting characteristics of plants.
Dr. Mary Ann Lila, director of the Plants for Human Health Institute, was featured in Growing Magazine’s January 2014 issue.
The Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI), and director Dr. Mary Ann Lila, were featured on UNC-TV’s “North Carolina Now” program.
Plants for Human Health Institute director Dr. Mary Ann Lila appeared with local TV legend Larry Sprinkle on NBC Charlotte.
The Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) is seeking students to participate in a summer of science and discovery at the N.C. Research Campus.
The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service has launched a strategic visioning and planning initiative to evaluate the organization’s business model, adapt accordingly to the current economic environment and devise a strategy going forward.
The North Carolina Value-Added Cost Share (NCVACS) program, coordinated in part by the Plants for Human Health Institute’s Extension component, has announced $311,938 in equipment cost share awards for 20 agricultural operations across the state.