GAINESVILLE — A South Florida businessman and his wife have given $1 million to the University of Florida’s College of Engineering in what the businessman describes as a gesture of appreciation for UF’s role in his success in the engineering and business worlds.
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GAINESVILLE — Florida takes center stage into the chase for cures to today’s most devastating illnesses — especially brain and spinal cord problems — with this week’s opening of one of the nation’s most comprehensive and technologically advanced centers devoted to neuroscience.
GAINESVILLE — Up to 100 University of Florida students and staff are the testing grounds for the world’s first trial of a new residential telecommunications technology that enables an ordinary telephone line to also become a high-speed data connection, providing speeds 30 times faster than today’s fastest dial-up modems.
GAINESVILLE — University of Florida President John V. Lombardi announced today that University of Minnesota’s Michael Martin has accepted the position of vice president for agriculture and natural resources in UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS).
GAINESVILLE — The University of Florida for the first time will hold three separate commencement ceremonies Saturday (5/2), marking the end of the spring term. The change was made to accommodate the number of spring graduates and allow their families and friends the opportunity to attend the ceremony.
GAINESVILLE—A Jacksonville couple, both cancer survivors, has donated $5 million to the University of Florida College of Medicine’s cancer research program — a gift expected to speed the development of improved methods of cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.– David R. Challoner, head of the University of Florida’s Health Science Center, is leaving the post he has held for 16 years to launch an institute aimed at putting the state at the leading edge of biomedical research.