UF/IFAS has a new dean of research. And despite having lots of ground to cover, his track record shows he’s ready for the long run.
Science plays a vital role in our industry, so let’s take a moment to recognize the vital role researchers, experts, professors, and Extension agents play in the content of our magazine.
First woman director is only fourth Executive Director in span of nearly 50 years of the organization.
Grape growers in the state are encouraged to fill out a survey to help shape research program.
Annual global ranking awards overachievers in academic standing, employer reputation, and research impact.
Whether it’s venturing into alternative crops or unearthing a new take on an established staple, embrace the possibility of finding success.
Specialty Crop Research Initiative grant recipients are looking to establish new crops, breed next-generation vegetables and fruits.
Thanks to the scientific data available through gene sequencing, a graduate student unlocks the mystery parentage.
Yes, there’s an art to agriculture, but its very definition is the science of farming, so you have a deeply rooted connection to scientists.
Acting USDA deputy administrator says the practice is typical with new administration changes.
News media confirm report.
USDA allocates funds for Extension, organic production, food safety, and technology grants.
The future of farming commands savvy spending on programs steeped in sound science.
The 7,000-square-foot facility houses three new labs and 11 offices for six new faculty members.
NC-140 recognized for improving sustainability in orchard production through changes in rootstock use.
Michael Rogers takes a positive charge at finding solutions to greening.
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