For scientists to better communicate with the public, they’ll have to use more than their brains. They’ll need their hearts, souls and voices as well, says Alison Van Eenennaam, who will present the fall 2014 York lecture.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- University of Florida researchers have grown a human norovirus in a cell culture dish, finally opening the door to developing medications for fighting the intestinal scourge that strikes tens of millions every year in schools, hotels and cruise ships worldwide.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- A new study involving more than 100 researchers from 10 countries, including the University of Florida, has reconstructed the insect tree of life and found, among other things, that insects ruled the land 400 million years ago.
Biostatistician Ira Longini was quoted in an Oct. 30 Reuters story about a study that found ensuring safe burials for victims would have the greatest impact on stopping the spread of Ebola in West Africa.
Jack Payne, senior vice president for agriculture and natural sources, described the selection of Dr. W. Kent Fuchs as UF’s president-elect “cause for celebration for anyone who cares about Florida agriculture and natural resources” in an Oct. 30 Miami Herald op-ed.