Pop culture expert Jim Twitchell was quoted in a March 30 New York Times (circ. 1.1 million) story about best-selling author and religious broadcaster Joel Osteen.
UF In The News Archive
Political scientist Dan Smith was quoted in a March 30 Associated Press national wire story about gay marriage as a ballot issue.
A study co-authored by toxicologist Dr. Bruce Goldberger showing how high caffeine levels are in energy drinks was the subject of March 29 Reuters news service story. The story was the result of a news release.
Cancer researcher Gregory Schultz’s work to develop “microbe-busting bandages” was featured in the March 20 issue of Time magazine (circ. 4.03 million) The story was the result of a referral from the News Bureau and the Health Science Center Office of News and Communications.
A sensor developed by UF engineering students to monitor the quality of food, medication and even flowers was the subject of a science blog on PopularMechanics.com. The entry was the result of a news release.
Brian Ilfeld, an assistant professor of anesthesiology, was quoted in a March 20 Wall Street Journal (circ. 2.1 million) story about new techniques in knee-replacement surgery. The Journal is a paid subscription so no link is available.
An opinion piece by political scientist Dan Smith about citizens’ initiatives ran March 17 in the UF News Bureau Op-Ed Service.
Bruce Goldberger, director of the William Maples Center for Forensic Medicine, was quoted in a March 15 story on Fox News, CNN.com and United Press International about the large amounts of caffeine in energy drinks. The story was the result of a news release.
Political scientist Daniel Smith was quoted in a March 12 Palm Beach Post (circ. 222,833) story about the Legislature considering curbs on citizen initiatives. See related Op-Ed.
An opinion piece in the March 12 Los Angeles Times, (circ. 955,211) by author Wendy Orent about bird flu cited research by bird flu expert Gary Butcher.