Thomson is an internationally known leader, researcher and instructor in animal health management, animal welfare and beef cattle production.
Iowa State University
Iowa State University researchers contributed to the report, "Reducing Food Loss and Waste: Ten Interventions to Scale Impact,” which delves into large-scale interventions to halve global food loss and waste by 2030.
Iowa State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences presented swine welfare expert Anna Johnson with the Dean Lee R. Kolmer Award for Excellence in Applied Research in September.
The World Food Prize presented the inaugural “Inspiring the Next Generation” award to Iowa State University Associate Dean David Acker.
An Iowa State team received $5,000 for its proposal to improve the shelf life of cassava, which is a staple food in Africa and can rot within three days after harvest. They won the 2018 Food Solutions Challenge.
According to an Iowa State University study, the widespread adoption of cover crops is hindered by return on investment. Livestock may offer a solution.
Reducing nitrates in water is obviously beneficial to the public as well as agriculture, but usually those benefits aren’t quantified. A news study from Iowa State University may help.