May 24, 2017
Our Edmonton: Interview with Harold Lehman of the Dairy Research Technology Centre at South Campus
Our Edmonton: Stan Blade, dean of the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences, explains the innovative research taking place on the University of Alberta's South Campus farm site.
Our Edmonton: Jack Francis, curator of the Faculty of ALES Agricultural Museum, shares highlights of the collection.
May 18, 2017
Anne Bissonnette discusses the historical reasons why women's garments are inaccurately sized.
May 17, 2017
Metro Edmonton: Fashion historian Anne Bissonnette explains what the new Misfits exhibition illustrates about sizing inconsistencies.
CBC Radio, Radioactive: Material culture professor Anne Bissonnette says that many shoppers blame themselves when clothing doesn't fit, but the problem is with the industry. Story also aired in French on Radio Canada.
May 16, 2017
Edmonton Journal: Carla Prado's ongoing study on the effect that high-protein diets have on the muscle mass of colorectal cancer patients is highlighted.
May 9, 2017
Edmonton Journal: Responding to President Trump's complaints about Canada's unfair competition in the dairy industry, agricultural economist Ellen Goddard says our national supply management system evolved over decades to help smooth out volatile prices for a highly perishable product.
May 1, 2017
India Climate Dialogue: Environmental sociologist Debra Davidson says that a new field of research about food, water and energy security needs to involve social scientists who study how people make decisions and how those decisions are influenced by inequality.
April 23, 2017
Global TV: Nutrition professor Rhonda Bell says that by emphasizing or de-emphasizing certain ingredients in snack foods and beverages on packaging or in advertising, manufacturers give the impression that the products are healthy despite a lack of evidence to back up the claims.