Tag - food science

Chapman alum Alex Wendling
Alumnus Alex Wendling Pledges $45,000 to Establish Food Science Fellowship The Custom Flavors Scholars in Food Science fellowship will provide support to up to three currently enrolled students in Chapman’s food science program.
Bovine Milk Research
Could Your Milk be Healthier? Chapman Scientists Think So Widely used processing methods may affect a nutritional component of dairy products that could be critical for development, healing and bone health.
close up of shrimp
Professor Investigates What’s Really in Your Frozen Shrimp Package
Professor Fred Caporaso
NBC: What is aspartame and are there risks associated with it?
Chloe Castanon
SURF Student Researches Canning the World’s Favorite Fish
Professor Fred Caporaso
NBC: Chips and Air— Why Your Favorite Snack Bags Are Always Half-Full
Rangeland research
USDA Fellowship Helps Chapman Scientists Prepare Food Producers for an Uncertain Future How do rangeland systems respond to changes in weather? With funding from the Department of Agriculture, Schmid College researchers are eager to provide answers.
Troy Garcia (MS '21)
MS Program Takes Food Science Student to Level of Study He ‘Didn’t Know Existed’ With help from faculty mentors, Chapman Custom Flavors Fellow Troy Garcia (MS ’21) adds research skills that expand his professional options.
food science professor and two students in lab
Chapman University Food Scientist Peels Back the Layers of Deceptive Labeling Fillet of fraud? It happens more than you think. Chapman researcher uses molecular tools to combat the global health threat of food fraud.
food scientist
The Science of Shelf Life Chapman Professor Explains the How and Why Behind Shelf-Stable Foods
Food science alumnus warms up to success with soup, coffee, tea and more

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