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Seed Breeding, Smart Insoles Receive UNHInnovation Fund Grants

Two disparate faculty research projects — squash and pumpkin seeds and smart insole sensors — got a boost from the inaugural UNHInnovation Fund recently. The fund awarded two $50,000 grants to help Christopher Hernandez, assistant professor of agriculture, nutrition and food systems, and assistant... Read More

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