Three new faculty enhance PHHI research effort

October 04, 2016

Read the original article from the N.C. State Plants for Human Health Institute. KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – Seating at weekly staff meetings is available on a first-come basis at the Plants for Human Health Institute  (PHHI), and recently it’s become a standing room only situation for latecomers.  “It’s a great problem to have,” says Mary Ann Lila, PhD […]

N.C. State researchers look at mechanical blueberry harvester

July 13, 2015

Suzanne Stanard, North Carolina State University | Southeast Farm Press It’s late in the growing season at the North Carolina State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Castle Hayne Research Station as blueberry breeder Maggie Schaber walks the rows, plucking the occasional berry and popping it into her mouth. ‘Hot’ doesn’t begin to describe this sweltering […]

PHHI welcomes new researcher focused on berry and vegetable genomics and breeding

July 09, 2015

by: Jeanie Groh, Salisbury Post Read Original Article Dr. Massimo Iorizzo recently joined N.C. State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis. An assistant professor in the Department of Horticultural Science, Iorizzo’s research will focus on genetics, genomics, germplasm improvement and breeding of small fruits, such as […]

Cooking with Potatoes and Black Beans: Putting Research into Action

March 10, 2015

  March 10, 2015 Public Information Officer: Erin Shoe – (704) 920-1345 (704) 467-1950 cell Kannapolis, N.C. – Cabarrus Health Alliance is partnering with NC State University Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) at the North Carolina Research Campus on an upcoming cooking class. The class, Cooking on a Budget, will highlight information researchers have […]