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NDSU’s Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy launches new web site
January 26, 2015: NDSU’s Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy (CNP) would like to announce the launch of its new web site.
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NDSU study looks at risk of heart disease in babies born to malnourished mothers
May 19, 2014: Human fetuses carried by malnourished mothers face higher risks for heart disease. That’s the finding of research conducted at North Dakota State University and recently published in the American Journal of Physiology. “One in five pregnancies are nutritionally at risk in the U.S.,” said NDSU professor Larry Reynolds, one of 11 campus students and staff who conducted the research.
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Nomination Form for Exemplary Collaborative Caes Studies
March 15, 2011: NOMINATION FORM FOR EXEMPLARY COLLABORATIVE CASE STUDIES TO BE PRESENTED AT THE Agriculture, Food, Nutrition, and Natural Resources R&D Roundtable March 15, 2011 American Association for the Advancement of Science Washington, DC
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NDSU CNP to be Recognized
February 16, 2011: The NDSU Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy will be recognized at the first-ever Agriculture, Food, Nutrition and Natural Resources Research and Development Roundtable to be held in conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Washington, D.C., in March. The roundtable is being organized by several leading agricultural organizations and federal agencies to raise the profile of agriculture, food and natural resources research and development throughout the federal government and beyond, and highlight the characteristics of highly productive collaborations to enhance future collaborations. Of 61 applications received, eight centers were selected to give presentations and an additional six, including the NDSU Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy, were selected for special recognition. Larry Reynolds, center investigator who took the lead in writing the proposal, and Joel Caton and Kim Vonnahme, center co-directors, will attend the roundtable.
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