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A Research Agenda for Nutrition Science: Why and How?

April 24, 2014

A Research Agenda for Nutrition Science: Why and How?
The first of two podcasts on the development of a global agenda for nutrition research.

What, how and why we eat is a broad and complex issue touching on almost every discipline of the sciences, so how does a scientist know what questions have the potential to make the greatest impact? The Academy's own Mandana Arabi discusses the creation of a roadmap for the study of human nutrition, brought to you by the Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science.