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Cutts recognized as UGA outstanding alumni

Auburn agronomist Trey Cutts, Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences assistant professor and extension cotton specialist, is one of seven University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences graduates that the college’s alumni...

Auburn research aims to determine fertility in heifers

By Paul Hollis The seeds for Paul Dyce’s animal science research were planted early in his life, while working on the family farm in Ontario, Canada. “I was raised on a beef cattle farm and was directly involved with developing our heifers,” says the assistant...
Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

First Auburn/AAES–Cuba grants support research collaborations

AUBURN, Ala.— Six research projects that aim to encourage and advance academic collaborations between Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station researchers at Auburn University and scientists at Cuban agricultural universities and research centers are underway, funded...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Technology ensures food safety, from farm to table

by PAUL HOLLIS Imagine a day when a farmer can stand in a field, wave a handheld device over a tomato and detect pathogens immediately, potentially saving lives and billions of dollars. That day might not be far off, thanks to research being conducted by the Alabama...

Fasina named interim associate dean for research and assistant director in agriculture

AUBURN, Ala.—Auburn University Alumni Professor and undergraduate program coordinator Oladiran Fasina has been named interim associate dean for research in the College of Agriculture and interim assistant director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

AAES high-yield initiative to consider economics, irrigation

Part 2by PAUL HOLLISWhile crops research being conducted by the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) is attempting to attain high yields with maximum inputs, economics also are being considered, with an eye toward ensuring cost efficiency for farmers.“We...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Patterson named Auburn College of Agriculture dean, AAES director

AUBURN, Ala.— Auburn University alumnus Paul Patterson, who has served as associate dean for instruction in Auburn’s College of Agriculture for almost seven years, has been named dean of the college and director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station,...

Appel honored for scientific leadership

Auburn University entomologist Arthur Appel, who most recently served as interim dean of the College of Agriculture and interim director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, has been recognized as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Alumni group to recognize leaders in Alabama agriculture

The Auburn University Agricultural Alumni Association will honor five individuals who have made significant contributions to the state’s agricultural industry during the 2016 Alabama Agriculture Hall of Honor banquet, set for Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Auburn Marriott...

College, AAES announce 2015 faculty, staff award winners

The Auburn University College of Agriculture and Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station have announced their 2015 Faculty and Staff Award recipients, all of whom will be formally honored in a college/AAES awards ceremony in February. Individual 2015 faculty awards...

Process for approving genetically engineered animals flawed, says AU professor

Process for approving genetically engineered animals flawed, says AU professor

Federal regulators have approved a fast-growing transgenic salmon as the first genetically engineered animal available for human consumption. And while some are hailing it as a historic breakthrough, others are questioning whether the current approval process for the technology is stringent enough to prevent risks to the environment. One of those doing the questioning is Auburn University’s Conner Bailey.

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Srivastava new head of Auburn's Water Resources Center

Puneet Srivastava, an ecological engineering professor in Auburn University’s Department of Biosystems Engineering and the Butler-Cunningham Eminent Scholar on Agriculture and the Environment in the College of Agriculture, has taken the reins of the interdisciplinary...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

First Auburn/AAES–Cuba grants support research collaborations

AUBURN, Ala.— Six research projects that aim to encourage and advance academic collaborations between Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station researchers at Auburn University and scientists at Cuban agricultural universities and research centers are underway, funded...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Technology ensures food safety, from farm to table

by PAUL HOLLIS Imagine a day when a farmer can stand in a field, wave a handheld device over a tomato and detect pathogens immediately, potentially saving lives and billions of dollars. That day might not be far off, thanks to research being conducted by the Alabama...

Fasina named interim associate dean for research and assistant director in agriculture

AUBURN, Ala.—Auburn University Alumni Professor and undergraduate program coordinator Oladiran Fasina has been named interim associate dean for research in the College of Agriculture and interim assistant director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

AAES high-yield initiative to consider economics, irrigation

Part 2by PAUL HOLLISWhile crops research being conducted by the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES) is attempting to attain high yields with maximum inputs, economics also are being considered, with an eye toward ensuring cost efficiency for farmers.“We...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Patterson named Auburn College of Agriculture dean, AAES director

AUBURN, Ala.— Auburn University alumnus Paul Patterson, who has served as associate dean for instruction in Auburn’s College of Agriculture for almost seven years, has been named dean of the college and director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station,...

Appel honored for scientific leadership

Auburn University entomologist Arthur Appel, who most recently served as interim dean of the College of Agriculture and interim director of the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, has been recognized as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of...

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Alumni group to recognize leaders in Alabama agriculture

The Auburn University Agricultural Alumni Association will honor five individuals who have made significant contributions to the state’s agricultural industry during the 2016 Alabama Agriculture Hall of Honor banquet, set for Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Auburn Marriott...

College, AAES announce 2015 faculty, staff award winners

The Auburn University College of Agriculture and Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station have announced their 2015 Faculty and Staff Award recipients, all of whom will be formally honored in a college/AAES awards ceremony in February. Individual 2015 faculty awards...

Process for approving genetically engineered animals flawed, says AU professor

Process for approving genetically engineered animals flawed, says AU professor

Federal regulators have approved a fast-growing transgenic salmon as the first genetically engineered animal available for human consumption. And while some are hailing it as a historic breakthrough, others are questioning whether the current approval process for the technology is stringent enough to prevent risks to the environment. One of those doing the questioning is Auburn University’s Conner Bailey.

Auburn-developed vaccine could help prevent costly catfish disease

Srivastava new head of Auburn's Water Resources Center

Puneet Srivastava, an ecological engineering professor in Auburn University’s Department of Biosystems Engineering and the Butler-Cunningham Eminent Scholar on Agriculture and the Environment in the College of Agriculture, has taken the reins of the interdisciplinary...