TORONTO — Herbert Kronzucker hopes to solve the world’s hunger dilemma one grain of rice at a time. The 43-year-old researcher’s quest to breed super grains that resist the dangers caused by salt, which kills crops through fertilized soil and water, is chronicled in a recent Globe and Mail report. “Food is as fundamental as health to human rights,” Kronzucker says in the article. “It will be made available to all of the world’s farmers.” The idea is already being met with some skepticism among bloggers. To get the full picture, click here.