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U of G-led dairy alliance aims to improve competitiveness, sustainability of dairy industry

Improving human and animal health, ensuring environmental sustainability and further strengthening Canada’s dairy industry are the goals of a newly funded, $6.1-million project headed by a University of Guelph food scientist.

Dr. Gisèle LaPointe, a professor in U of G’s Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), will lead a five-year initiative in dairy microbiology involving nearly 50 U of G researchers and students as well as five leading partners in Canada’s $20-billion dairy industry.

Read the full story on the University of Guelph news page.

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