The Food for the 21st Century (F21C) program at the University of Missouri (MU) was established in the mid-1980's through state funding. The overall goal of the program is to help Missouri food producers and processors maintain their competitive edge in the global marketplace by conducting cutting-edge research in a number of food-related areas. The program involves faculty researchers from multiple colleges including College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; College of Arts and Sciences; College of Engineering; School of Medicine; College of Human Environmental Sciences; and College of Veterinary Medicine. Based on the research emphases, the researchers are grouped into four Clusters. This web site presents the major research and education activities in the Bioprocessing and Biosensing Center.
For more information email to Professor Jinglu Tan or call (573) 882-7044.
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