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From Seed to Gut

While a crop can be biofortified through breeding programs to increase nutritional density, the Ferruzzi Lab evaluates the next step — assessing how the enhanced plant compounds hold up in processing and digestion. Learn more…

The Plants for Human Health Building is currently closed to the public in response to COVID-19 measures.
Limited research has resumed for approved staff.
Building Contact: Randy Keller

Recent News

How Science is Building a Better Berry

Blueberries and cranberries are two of today’s “it” foods. “Tiny, but mighty,” describes the health protective potential of the little blueberry and cranberry. They’…

Powerful Nutrition that Lasts

NASA is curious about what Dr. Mary Ann Lila is up to in her lab at N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health …

STEM Education

The PHHI STEM team is busy developing videos to
assist teachers with virtual learning as well as
advising schools on developing outdoor learning spaces.

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