Arie Havelaar will be presenting "Foodborne disease burden - overview of the present picture and outcome of FERG" at the WHO/FAO INFOSAN "New Science for Food Safety: Supporting food chain transparency for improved health" meeting November 7-9 in Singapore.
Cheryl Palm will be hosting Dino Martin November 10-11th. He will be presenting a seminar on 1pm on November 10 in 122 Rogers Hall: "People, Plants and Pollinators: Lessons from the frontline in conserving biodiversity and managing an essential ecosystem service."
Mark Masumba and Cheryl Palm were part of a team of co-authors who published recently in Agricultural Systems: "Evaluating agricultural trade-offs in the age of sustainable development", available here.
The University of Florida is recruiting an Assistant Professor in Fisheries and Aquaculture Governance in the Food and Resource Economics department. More information here.
The University of California, Merced is recruiting for 4 faculty positions in Sustainable Food, Water and Agriculture. More information here.
The US Government Global Food Security Strategy for 2017-2021 is now available for download here.
Registration has opened for the Weather & Climate Decision Tools for Farmers, Rancher & Land Managers Conference December 5-7, 2016 at the University of Florida. More information here.
UF/IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant are partnering to offer a 3.5 day short course December 12-15, 2016 "Introductory Training in GIS Applications for Natural Resource Management". Information and registration here.
The AgMIP team including Gerrit Hoogenboom
and Senthold Asseng
has published a paper in Nature Climate Change: an intercomparison of wheat models with special attention to temperature response, climate change, and food security. More information here
Arie Havelaar has a paper as that has been recognized as the third most cited in the International Journal of Food Microbiology since 2011. READ >
John Hernandez Nopsa
(ISFS, EPI, and Plant Pathology) and Karen Garrett
(ISFS, EPI, and Plant Pathology) were recognized across UF/IFAS as having one of the year's "high impact" research publications. READ >