GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A new technique developed by University of Florida and University of Central Florida researchers may make it harder for terrorist bombers to cover their tracks.
June 2000 Archive
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Despite rising interest rates and higher gas prices, consumers in Florida continue to be optimistic about the economy, according to the latest consumer confidence survey released by University of Florida economists.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Leslie McClellan, 68, could barely hold an empty soft drink can with his left hand years after a stroke rendered his left side almost completely useless. Forget about picking up a piece of paper or grasping a pencil — or, worse yet, preparing meals.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.–Reform efforts and a booming economy have carved 100,000 people off Florida’s welfare rolls in recent years, but a new University of Florida study shows that many of the most vulnerable former aid recipients continue to be plagued by poverty, joblessness and inadequate health care.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—In a unique partnership between police and academia, University of Florida researchers are tailoring satellite-related mapping software to help police track crimes and allocate resources more efficiently.