Food Science and Human Nutrition Teaching and Research Labs

The department’s teaching and research laboratories facilitate learning and breakthrough research. Researchers work in our fully equipped chemistry, microbiology, nutrition, and molecular biology labs to find solutions to food quality, safety, and security issues. Undergraduate and graduate students work alongside faculty in these labs to discover new approaches to the challenges facing the food science and human nutrition fields.

The Food Science and Human Nutrition Teaching and Research Labs are located throughout Bevier Hall and the Agricultural Engineering Sciences, Agricultural Bioprocessing Laboratory, Edwin R. Madigan Laboratory, Animal Sciences Laboratory, and National Soybean Research Laboratory buildings.