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Tag: Kati Migliaccio

UF Convenes International Experts to Advance Sustainable Food

As the world’s population grows, producing enough food — and doing it sustainably — will be one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. So how can Florida, one of the most diverse agricultural states in the… Read More

Texas Airport Environmental Affairs Executive Named UF Distinguished Alumnus

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – At the helm of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s (DFW Airport) sustainability, future mobility and disruptive technology initiatives is Robert Horton. On Dec. 14, Horton was recognized as a distinguished alumnus of the University of… Read More

UF Agricultural and Biological Engineering Graduate Program Ranked No. 3 by U.S. News & World Report

As an engineer in the pharmaceutical industry, Enrique Orozco-Lopez, 35, felt he could be utilizing his skills to do more for the environment. After going back to school for a master’s degree with a focus in hydraulics, Orozco-Lopez… Read More

Ag & Bio Engineering Chair Can’t Be Confined to a Cube

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As she grew up in rural Arkansas, Kati Migliaccio’s interest in agricultural engineering came naturally. She liked math, science and problem solving, so she wanted an engineering career, but not one that confined her to… Read More

You cannot control the weather, but UF-developed tools help you cope

  GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida weather is unpredictable. While you cannot control the weather, you can use UF/IFAS-developed weather databases to improve farming, home irrigation and flood control. Researchers with the University of Florida Institute of Food and… Read More

UF/IFAS avocado irrigation app should save money, water

Please see caption below story. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Avocado growers now know that a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences mobile irrigation app works well to save money while maintaining crop yields. This data, reported… Read More

UF/IFAS-developed app saves significant water and money

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — An app developed by scientists at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences may save homeowners about 30 percent on water usage, which translates into lower utility bills, new research shows. Kati… Read More