Since 2008 the Olive Center has developed more than 150 projects, yielded dozens of journal publications, delivered over 50 short courses and free events, mentored almost 100 undergraduate and graduate students and generated more than $5 million in research grants and campus resources.
Analyzing the fatty acid and sterol profiles of CA olive oils (Li, Wang and Flynn, 2015-16)
Evaluating the shelf life of EVOO from packaged in different color glass containers (Wang and Li, 2015-16)
Reviewing literature and writing a report on olive oil filtration (Wang, 2015)
Analyzing glass packaging on olive oil quality (Wang, 2015-16)
Analyzing DNA markers on olive oil quality (Wang, 2015-16)
Optimizing oleocanthal extraction (Wang, 2015-16)
Developing a more rapid method for stigmastadiene (Wang and Holstege, 2015-16)