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November 25, 2009

What would a Thanksgiving turkey be without its stuffing, and what better place for that stuffing than inside the turkey? Despite the tradition involved, a food-safety specialist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences says some practices are worth reconsidering, especially since Mom may not have fully appreciated the risk of foodborne illness.

October 11, 2009

Every college student dreams of getting the opportunity to land the perfect career after graduation, but if you can't find it, why not create it? While at Whole Foods Market, recent Penn State Food Science graduate Jill Kuzo had the opportunity to do just that as head of her own gluten-free testing lab.

June 9, 2009

Feeding a world population of 6.7 billion is no small task, and that's why dwindling interest in the science responsible for a safe and abundant food supply may be cause for alarm, according to a food scientist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.

May 7, 2009

As the nation braces for the impact of the H1N1 Influenza A virus or swine flu, some consumers are uncertain of how to handle their normal consumption of pork — which could be bad news for American pork producers. But a food-safety specialist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences says, despite its name, swine flu can't be spread through pork products.

May 6, 2009

As the nation braces for the impact of the H1N1 Influenza A virus or swine flu, some consumers are uncertain of how to handle their normal consumption of pork -- which could be bad news for American pork producers. But a food-safety specialist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences says, despite its name, swine flu can't be spread through pork products.

April 27, 2009

As warm weather arrives, campers setting out on the hiking trail to get in touch with Mother Nature will need to remember food safety. A food expert in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences is presenting handy tips through a program called, "Food Safety on the Trail," which will promote a more conscientious attitude toward food safety.

February 27, 2009

As press reports document a history of alleged sanitation lapses and violations in the Georgia plant linked to a nationwide salmonellosis outbreak with tainted peanut butter, a food-safety specialist in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences says there are some clear lessons to be learned by both consumers and food producers.

February 6, 2009

The Eberly College of Science summer camps are back for 2009. Science-U, formerly known as the Action Potential Science Experience (APSE), is back after a year of rebuilding in 2008. The Eberly College of Science Outreach Office hosts up to eight different hands-on science camps each summer for children entering grades two to 12.

June 18, 2008

Just in time for the first official day of summer on the University Park campus, Penn State's Berkey Creamery and its famous ice cream are in the national cable television spotlight . . . twice.