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Fuller W. Bazer, international expert on animal reproductive biology, will speak Oct. 4 at UF York Distinguished Lecturer Series

Topic(s): Announcements

By:
Chuck Woods (352) 392-0400 ext. 240Source(s):
Fuller Bazer fbazer@cvm.tamu.edu, 979-845-5929
Don Poucher info@ifas.ufl.edu, 352-392-0407

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Fuller W. Bazer, a distinguished professor and associate vice president for research at Texas A&M University in College Station, will be the featured speaker Oct. 4 for the 2007 York Distinguished Lecturer Series at the University of Florida.

The title of Bazer’s lecture will be “Animal Sciences in the Era of Systems Biology,” which will be presented at 1:30 p.m. in the President’s Room at Emerson Alumni Hall in Gainesville. The event is free and open to the public. Free parking will be available in the northeast corner of the O’Connell Center parking lot located at the intersection of West University Avenue and Gale Lemerand Drive. (more …)

Long-term artificial reef project may break grouper ‘bottleneck,’ UF researcher says

Topic(s): Aquaculture, Conservation, Environment, Uncategorized

By:
Mickie Anderson (352) 392-0400

Source(s):
Bill Lindberg wjl@ufl.edu, 352-392-9617
Jon Dodrill jon.dodrill@myfwc.com, 850-922-4340

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — One of the country’s biggest and longest-running artificial reef research projects is about to widen its scope, and the payoff could be healthier grouper in the Gulf of Mexico, a University of Florida researcher says.

Over the last 17 years, UF researchers have built and placed a 26-mile line of artificial reefs in the Gulf and studied its impact on gag grouper, a popular game and food fish. (more …)

Sushi to go? UF expert says don’t let it languish in your refrigerator

Topic(s): Families and Consumers, Food Safety

By:
Tom Nordlie (352) 392-0400

Source(s):
Keith Schneider keiths29@ufl.edu, 352-392-1991 ext. 309
Sasha Issenberg (can be reached through Beth Parker beth.parker@us.penguingroup.com, 212-366-2213)

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Grabbing a box of ready-to-eat sushi from the grocery store? Say sayonara to any leftovers still in the fridge after 24 hours, a University of Florida food safety expert says.

“Any signs of spoilage are bad, but just because it looks good doesn’t mean it’s safe,” said Keith Schneider, an associate professor of food science with UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. (more …)

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