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Research Projects Database

The Food Safety Research Information Office (FSRIO) operates the Research Projects Database RPD). The RPD tracks food safety research that is funded by FSRIO-partner agencies (identified as Funding Sources below). The funding agencies are listed in the order of funded projects. The RPD is also searchable by the Category of the funded projects and the primary Commodity group of the funded project.

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Recent Projects

To drive innovation, improve research capabilities and productivity, enhance faculty competiveness, and foster remote collaborations of resources and people, the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT or Illinois Tech) is building a Science DMZ (…
Our primary objective in the proposed study will be to identify, enumerate, and determine movement and fate of Antimicrobial resistant bacteria (AMR) (e.g. Escherichia (E.) coli) through the life cycle of broiler chickens (antibiotic induction?to…

The long-term goal of this proposal integrating research, extension and education is to provide organic poultry producers with natural, effective, and safe strategies for improving the post-harvest microbiological safety and shelf life of organic…

The main objective of this proposal is to develop a new class of antifouling/antimicrobial zwitterionic-halamine (Zw-Ha) copolymers to modify food-contact surfaces. Specifically, we will perform the following lines of research:Aim 1. Synthesize a…
Identify genes associated with reduced accumulation of arsenic (As) in rice grains, and determine their association also with resistance to straighthead disease, and with concentration of As in flag leaves before and after grain fill.