GAINESVILLE — University of Florida researchers seeking to trim air-conditioning costs in large buildings have found new techniques they say could save taxpayers and consumers hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.
February 1998 Archive
GAINESVILLE — The University of Florida is among 29 institutions to be connected to a high-speed network that will allow scientists and engineers across the country to share powerful computing and information resources, President Clinton announced Thursday.
GAINESVILLE — Florida’s consumer confidence soared to its highest record ever in February, reflecting unprecedented enthusiasm for the national economy over both the short- and long-term outlooks, University of Florida economists report.
GAINESVILLE—Socioeconomic factors and education influence the outcome of children’s dental care, said University of Florida College of Dentistry researchers, who formed an important link with Manatee County groups to study oral health issues among students.
GAINESVILLE — Hairdos and pedicures of working-class black women have resulted in new findings for social researchers who are more inclined to focus on welfare woes or middle-class affluence, a new University of Florida study finds.
In a 16-month study of behavior at a black beauty shop, UF researcher Kimberly Battle-Walters found a political and social [...]
GAINESVILLE—When a child on a class picnic found rat poison packed in his school lunch instead of his Fun Fruitables packet, state school officials acknowledged that pesticides on campuses could be a problem.