The new research, published in the journal Food Chemistry, gives NASA a time-saving shortcut to predict the degradation of vitamins in spaceflight food over time and more accurately and efficiently schedule resupplying trips. The investigation was funded with a $982,685 grant from NASA.
College of Natural Sciences News Spetember 18, 2019
In the paper published Aug. 23 in Cancer Prevention Research, lead author and Ph.D. student Jianan Zhang, associate professor Guodong Zhang, and professor and department head Eric Decker showed that feeding frying oil to mice exaggerated colonic inflammation, enhanced tumor growth and worsened gut leakage, spreading bacteria or toxic bacterial products into the bloodstream.
News & Media Relations August 23, 2019
Become our Partner and Join Our Research and Development Team
Membership will offer your company advanced and preferred access to our research projects, laboratory facilities, students and post docs.
Food Science at the University of Massachusetts Began in 1918
Now, almost a century after the Food Science Department was born, it remains one of the world's preeminent food science programs.
Congratulations to Team “Vanilla Chai” on their winning flavor concept in this year’s Maple Valley Creamery – UMass Food Science Ice Cream Competition....
From young researchers to experienced alumni—UMass Food Scientists continues to be leaders in their field
View all News and Events.
View all videos
University of MassachusettsDepartment of Food Science Newsletter
Volume 31, Number 2, 2019
Support from alumni and friends is crucial to becoming one of the top Food Science Departments in the world.
©2019 University of Massachusetts Amherst • Site Policies • Site Contact