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Monday, July 28 2014

Angela Shaw

Peach recall generating a lot of questions for consumers

An Iowa State University food science expert says consumers need to throw out peaches included in a recall because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Angela Shaw, an assistant professor of food science and human nutrition, is fielding dozens of calls from consumers with concerns about possible contamination.

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Iowa State University agronomist says miscanthus would yield more biomass than originally thought in Iowa soil

Miscanthus, a perennial grass with vast potential to produce biomass, would deliver even better yields than once thought in Iowa, according to research by agronomists at Iowa State University. Planting the towering grass in low-yielding sections of fields could create a wealth of new biomass and benefit the environment.

Homeless Veterans Stand Down is July 29 in Ames

ISU Police and Iowa State's Veterans Center are among several university departments and local agencies hosting the second annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down on Tuesday, July 29, at Brookside Park in Ames. The free event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Brookside Park's Maple Lodge. The Stand Down will provide food, clothing and vital services to anyone who is homeless or at risk of being homeless. 

 

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Iowa State University entomologists warn travelers about Chikungunya virus

The two mosquito species known to transmit Chikungunya virus are exceedingly rare in Iowa, but travelers should still pay attention to new reports of disease outbreaks, according to Iowa State University entomologists. The first locally acquired cases of the virus in the United States were confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week.

Iowa State's FY 2014 external funding is second highest on record

External funding at Iowa State increased to $368.4 million in the fiscal year that ended June 30. That's a 12.9 percent increase from the previous year's total of $326.4 million, and the second-highest total for the university.