Feeding the Future

Siobhan Brady and Neelima Sinha
College of Biological Sciences Associate Professor Siobhan Brady and Professor Neelima Sinha in the Department of Plant Biology research and refine successful plant traits. David Slipher

To meet a projected population of 9.8 billion by 2050, global food production needs to grow an estimated 70 percent. Rising patterns of extreme weather are challenging food security. To adapt and feed the world, we need stronger crops. Learn how UC Davis Plant Biology Graduate Group researchers are exploring the survival strategies of wild and parasitic plants to help cultivate the climate-resistant food crops of tomorrow in this feature story.

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