Today@UNL | $25 million grant from USDA celebrated today; Lifelong Learning Week

UNL will lead a team of 48 scientists from 11 land-grant universities and other partner institutions to conduct integrated research, education and extension projects on eight types of Shiga-toxin producing E. coli.
UNL will lead a team of 48 scientists from 11 land-grant universities and other partner institutions to conduct integrated research, education and extension projects on eight types of Shiga-toxin producing E. coli.

UNL leads $25 million project targeting E. coli threat to food safety

UNL will lead a $25 million project to reduce throughout the beef production chain the occurrence of E. coli strains that pose a major threat to public health. The USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture announced the grant today and will be part of a 1 p.m. reception at Hardin Hall. Continue reading…

Originally published January 23, 2012 - Submit an Item