Icy D'Silva earned her MSc with Professor J. Christopher Hall as Mentor/Advisor, and is a PhD Graduate having studied with Professor Mine as Advisor and Professor Hall as her Mentor.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Active Learning Strategies

As a practice focus, Food Science Graduate Students at the University of Guelph in Canada have been participating in strategically designed active learning with positive outcomes for life-long learning.

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Recombinant Technology Improves Lives

A theoretical discourse on the many ways by which recombinant technology improves lives in Canada and across the globe, thus benefiting society at large.

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Organizational Growth Strategies

Knowledge and evidence-informed decision making are instrumental in bridging gaps and extending linkages for organizational growth. This requires long-term commitment and investment, as well as stability and engagement of leadership.

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Designing Effective Recombinant Molecules

Strategically designed effective recombinant molecules are a genuine prospect for the socio-economic welfare of humanity and for a safe environment.

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Recombinant Molecules in Action: Connecting Applied and Basic Science for Society

This paper presents a theoretical discourse on recombinant molecules in action with particular relevance to the connection between applied and basic science for society.

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Recombinant Molecules for a Healthy Society

This theoretical discourse presents an overview of recombinant molecules for food safety, improved nutrition, personal wellness, personalized medicine, safe environment, better quality of life, and thereby for a healthy society.

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