Innovative Student Projects

During the Feeding 9 Billion Challenge in October 2015, students generated incredible projects designed to contribute to a healthier, more food-secure, and sustainable food system. By then enrolling in ICON, they were able to spend four months developing these projects further. Below, read a brief description of their progress!

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Guest Post: “My ICON 2016”

The following post is taken from reflections by Ena Ristic – a Biological Sciences student who began her Winter 2016 ICON experience by registering for last fall’s Feeding 9 Billion challenge. The reflections were written earlier this semester. Working on a team that included students studying food science, computer science, nutraceutical science, and english, she helped develop the Food Survival Guide app. You can read the original posts here.

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