Philip B. Stark

Philip B. Stark

Professor of Statistics, Associate Dean of Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Berkeley

About the Contributor:

Philip B. Stark is Professor of Statistics and Associate Dean of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, and the founder of Berkeley Open Source Food. He studies inference and uncertainty quantification in physical, biological, and social sciences. Philip B. Stark is passionate about urban foraging, including studying the safety, nutrition, and availability of wild and feral foods in urban ecosystems and their value for ecosystem services and nutrition security.

Dandelions that spring up from yards, sidewalks, schoolyards, municipal parks, and open corner lots are commonly viewed as resilient weeds. To an urban forager, they are a prime example of edible, fresh, nutritious, free foods.


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Learn from Professor Philip B. Stark in the virtual sessions below:

The Bounty of Biodiversity

Saturday, May 30, 2020

The Bounty of Biodiversity

The Future of Food

Saturday, June 20, 2020

The Future of Food

 


Discover Featured Articles:

Embracing Invasivory Through Urban Foraging

Embracing Invasivory Through Urban Foraging

Foraged SuperFoods

Foraged SuperFoods

Conversation at the Conservatory

Conversation at the Conservatory

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