Friday, June 3, 2011

IFAS in the news, 6/3

Good morning and welcome to the weekend. Here is today's IFAS news:

Slideshow: Dedication of UF's Charles Steinmetz Hall

UF selects Hayes as interim dean

USU taps Florida food scientist as research chief

Carol Cloud Bailey: Eggplant on my face: Okra not related to tomatoes, potatoes (Okeechobee)

Stocking up for storm season (Miami-Dade)

Learn about hurricane preparedness at the St. Lucie County Hurricane House

US: Pomegranates could become new cash crop for Florida

Officials take farm tour (Marion County)

Drought conditions no problem for those with rain barrels (Palm Beach)

Science/local/world news:

E.coli outbreak spreads to 12 countries as Britons treated

Live and Learn
Why we have college

Plate icon to guide Americans to healthier eating

Joint Fact Sheet: U.S.-UK Higher Education, Science, and Innovation Collaboration

UF researchers unearth only stone mission church in St. Augustine

Florida softball advances at WCWS with 6-2 victory

Smoke from east coast wildfires blankets area

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