Akinbode Adedeji

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Akinbode Adedeji is an assistant professor of Food Process Engineering at the University of Kentucky.[1] He is originally from Nigeria, and he moved to Canada for his Ph.D.[2] He currently runs the Food Engineering Laboratory at the University, where he extensively researches food technologies and quality.[3] His research has been financed in part by the Environmental Protection Agency.[4] His research on a wind-powered grain drying system is gaining public attention.[5]

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Award Award Date Department Organization
Evangelina Villegas Excellence in Research Award for a Post-Doctoral Research Associate April 2013 Grain Science and Industry Kansas State Univeristy
Hugh Baily Award for Best Graduating Student faculty 2009-2010 McGill University
Runner up, Food Engineering Division paper competition 2009 Food Engineering Institute of Food Technology

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  4. "EPA awards $15,000 of grants to UK for project - ABC 36 News". ABC 36 News. 2018-03-22. Retrieved 2018-04-27.
  5. "UK Student Project has Potential to Make International Impact". UKNow. Retrieved 2018-04-27.

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