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Forum highlights research by Nebraska’s future leaders in securing water for food

April 9, 2018 DWFI-supported students and their faculty mentors will share research innovations that contribute to global water and food security. (LINCOLN, NE) The Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute at the University of Nebraska (DWFI) is hosting a public forum highlighting research to improve global water and food security, Thursday, April 26, from… [Read More]

Nebraska leads Water for Food discussions at the 8th World Water Forum in Brazil

DWFI shares knowledge, best practices and new technologies on the global stage (LINCOLN, NE) – At an event that drew more than 20,000 participants from 170 countries around the world, a small team of experts from Nebraska led the way in sessions related to water use in food production or processing. The 8th World Water… [Read More]

Kate Gibson Accepted into Leadership Academy

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA–Kate Gibson, program coordinator at the Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute, has been accepted into the Nebraska Water Leaders Academy. She holds two B. S. degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (water science and environmental restoration science) and Master of Science degree in agronomy also from UNL. The Nebraska Water Leaders… [Read More]

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November 28, 2017

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