GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A gas commonly found in smog and cigarette smoke actually helps premature babies by opening blood vessels in their underdeveloped lungs, causing blood oxygen levels to rise, University of Florida researchers report.
February 1997 Archive
GAINESVILLE — A mysterious infectious disease is killing captive alligators and may threaten their estimated 1.5 million counterparts in the wild, says a University of Florida biologist.
GAINESVILLE — University of Florida forensic anthropologist William Maples, internationally known for his work with identification and analysis of human remains, died today at his home. He was 59.
GAINESVILLE — Jim Dodson is an 18-year-old freshman at the University of Florida and already his resume includes a live appearance on national television, an interview with CNN and an upcoming appearance on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.”
GAINESVILLE — For University of Florida student Marie Knox, choosing a field of study was simple: She wanted to learn about bugs. Big bugs, little bugs, flying bugs, biting bugs, stinging bugs. You name the bug; she names the phylum, species and order.