When you’re giving thanks this Thanksgiving, consider that much of your food grew in the Sunshine State, say University of Florida experts.
Those edibles include corn, potatoes, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, lettuce and tomatoes.
Like many ... READ MORE
Written by 2023 Undergraduate Intern Mikayla Lindenfeld, hosted by the Suwannee River Water Management District
Whether you’ve floated down a crystal-clear spring run or watched a manatee and its calf swim by your ... READ MORE
By Dr. Antiono Faciola
The 9th Annual UF/IFAS Animal Sciences Graduate Symposium unfolded on October 12th-13th at the Embassy Suites in St. Augustine Beach. This year's symposium was designed to foster an inclusive community, equip students ... READ MORE
Infographics can be a powerful tool for sharing research findings because they can make complex information more accessible, engaging, and memorable for a wider audience. Examples can include charts and graphs, diagrams and maps, illustrations, ... READ MORE
Written by 2023 UF/IFAS NCBS Undergraduate Intern Tristen Ladika, hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (CRNWR)
Bird is the Word
NCBS Internship in a nutshell
This summer I had the amazing opportunity to work with the U.S. ... READ MORE
By Raluca Mateescu, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida
Genomics is the field dedicated to exploring DNA's structure, function, evolution, and genetic composition in animals. It encompasses the entirety of genes and genetic ... READ MORE
Horse owners have the utmost concern for their animals, and one of their top concerns is toxic plants. Florida’s tropical climate supports a variety of non-native, often tropical species that can cause toxicity issues for livestock. Producers ... READ MORE
The second Small Ruminant Short Course will be held on September 29-30, 2023. The Short Course will begin in-person on Friday in the morning (8:30 AM) at the Straughn Professional Development Center and will adjourn on Saturday at lunch (12:00 ... READ MORE
Vanilla takes the crown as the second most valuable spice (after saffron) and the world’s most popular flavor among consumers.
Now, University of Florida researchers in Homestead are on the verge of developing a domestic vanilla industry, ... READ MORE