GAINESVILLE, Fla. — An ink-removal technique developed by University of Florida researchers opens the door for paper plants to save trees and enhance profits by recycling more types of paper more cheaply than possible with current methods.
July 2000 Archive
GAINESVILLE, Fla.— After years of believing that brain damage from strokes and other injuries was irreversible, researchers are growing optimistic that with the right combination of medicine and rehabilitation, they can inspire the brain to form new pathways to regain some lost functions.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Truth wears body oil, justice sports bulging pecs and The American Way is a struggle against oppressive individuals who manipulate society for their own gain, says a University of Florida researcher who has studied the country’s infatuation with professional wrestling.
GAINESVILLE — The Florida Consumer Confidence index remained unchanged in July for the fourth month in a row, suggesting unrelenting optimism in the economy, according to the latest report released by University of Florida economists.
KEY WEST — New results from an ongoing study show marine reserves — sections of ocean off-limits to harvesting of all sea life — are effective at protecting Florida’s spiny lobster, allowing the tasty crustaceans to grow larger and reproduce at a greater rate, according to a University of Florida scientist.
GAINESVILLE—Pending congressional legislation allowing sales of food and medicine to Cuba could be the first step toward a $1 billion-a-year agricultural export market for the United States, says a University of Florida trade analyst.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Gifted students tend to have more active imaginations than average students, and gifted girls are almost twice as likely as gifted boys to prefer imagination to practicality, a new University of Florida study shows.