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Nutrition & Food Science focuses on human nutrition and food science. There are thus many subjects in this area, including
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How you go about searching depends on what you want. The resources in the tabs above will help you get started in your research, whether you already have a topic in mind and may have found some citations to articles, or if you are still just trying to get a feel for the subject and the best related resources.
To find more books and other materials on this subject, try searching the Cornell Library website, particularly the library catalog. For more detailed information on using the library's resources, try our guide to getting started at Mann Library or stop by the reference desk for assistance.