Wednesday, April 2, 2014

UF/IFAS news for 04/02/2014

Good morning! Here’s your UF/IFAS news for April 2, 2014:


Researchers: New test may identify tickborne disease capable of infecting humans


Mobile farmers market planned for St. Johns County


Learn about loquats at first ever Florida Loquat Festival


Stetson University Names Ulmer Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement (UF and UF/IFAS mentioned toward end)

Food briefs for 04/02/14


University of Florida web tool measures farms’ water footprint


UF, other news:

Anticipation builds locally for Final Four

Florida among five states partnering with UF center to transform teaching of students with disabilities


Today in Tallahassee: Five Things to Know



Florida Museum director elected president of science museum association

Arguments led to neighbor's shooting death, deputies say


President cautious as 8.2 quake kills 5 in Chile


Ebola outbreak in Guinea is unprecedented, says aid agency


Why do zebras have stripes? Scientists have the answer


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