Transforming Knowledge into Food in a Worldwide Context
Twenty two biological and social scientists from academic, research, governmental, and international institutions gathered for a symposium to discuss how the academic community might help mitigate the ravages of hunger and malnutrition worldwide.
- Transforming Knowledge into Food in a Worldwide Context, ed. William F. Hueg, Jr., and Craig A. Gannon. Minneapolis: Miller Publishing Company, 1978. (out of print)
- PROJECT DATE: 1977-1978
- PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS: William F. Hueg, Jr., and Craig A. Gannon (both of University of Minnesota)
- SOURCES OF FUNDING: Cargill, International Multifoods, General Mills Foundation
- COLLABORATING ORGANIZATION: University of Minnesota