ATLANTA, GA — The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) spent a session of their two-day event to delve into the latest developments in ongoing CPS funded research. The symposium gave insights into the future ofContinue Reading CPS research symposium previews research in progress
ATLANTA, GA — Tuesday kicked off day one of the Center for Produce Safety’s (CPS) 2023 Research Symposium. This year’s symposium is being held at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, GA.
This is the…Continue Reading CPS 2023 Research Symposium kicks off in Atlanta
Research funded by the Center for Produce Safety is looking for a cost-effective method to detect Cyclospora in irrigation water, including a paper-based in-field water test.
The project seeks to use short strands of synthesized…Continue Reading Project looks for cost-effective ways to monitor Cyclospora in agricultural water
In a recent article by Purdue University, author Jillian Ellison talked to Amanda Deering, Ph.D., at Purdue University about how food safety became her driving passion and has made impacts abroad.
According to the article, …
Continue Reading Food scientist discusses food safety work in Afghanistan
A treatment to infuse hardened metal surfaces with naturally occurring antimicrobial peptides has been developed by researchers at Purdue University.
In other words, the Purdue research team’s technology can create hard metal surfaces that kill…
Continue Reading New technology creates hard metal surfaces that kill bacteria
Anyone interested in the culture of food safety is invited to attend a series of free webinars with panels of international presenters and organized by the International Association for Food Protection.
The non-profit group has…
Continue Reading IAFP explores food safety culture in series of webinars with expert panels
I am writing in response to the STEC E. coli article related to the Purdue Study.
I am a board adviser for the Aquaponic Association and a commercial aquaponic grower. We believe…
Continue Reading Letter to the Editor: Another perspective on aquaponics
The journal Horticulturae reports in a current issue on Purdue University research findings about E. coli in aquaponic and hydroponic systems. Three years of other research about deadly E. coli O157:H7 have left many wondering …
Continue Reading Aquaponic and Hydroponic systems are no escape from E. coli contamination
Researchers at two universities have made advancements in E. coli testing technology, with one of them having received a patent.
At Kansas State University a new digital approach to a tried and true testing method…
Continue Reading K-State, Purdue scientists push the pathogen testing envelope
Editor’s note: This is the third installment of a four-part series on how companies can use electronic record keeping to enhance food safety efforts. The series is sponsored by PAR Technologies.
As companies transition from…
Continue Reading Now that you’ve got the data, what are you going to do with it?