Published: Dec 21st, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida’s major cities have slipped further behind in the race for high-speed Internet access, a trend that impacts residents’ and companies’ ability to take advantage of burgeoning Internet services such as video conferencing.
Published: Dec 7th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Think of it as an electronic seeing-eye dog.
Published: Oct 18th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — NASA has a dual mission for University of Florida scientists and engineers: Come up with technologies that help astronauts survive extended stays in space — and offer environmental benefits here on Earth.
Published: Oct 12th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A two-day review of University of Florida physicists’ work on one of the largest scientific collaborations in history has left federal officials pleased with the researchers’ progress.
Published: Sep 29th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Rip currents appear to persist for weeks or even months at the same places along the shore, although they become dangerously strong only under certain conditions, according to new research by University of Florida coastal engineers.
Published: Sep 13th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The Universities of Florida and Chicago will lead an $11.9 million initiative that will lay the groundwork for a computer data grid of unprecedented speed and power, the National Science Foundation announced today.
Published: Sep 7th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A University of Florida professor has found a way to detect and identify extremely low levels of air pollution, a step that comes as concerns mount over the health impacts of breathing in small particles.
Published: Aug 17th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A University of Florida research team has developed a new technique to reduce toxic pollution from incinerating pesticide-treated wood, a development that comes amid growing national debate over how to safely dispose of the wood.
Published: Aug 9th, 2000
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As Hurricane Alberto churns in the open Atlantic, a University of Florida coastal engineering professor says he has developed a new method to more accurately estimate the severity of waves near shore during hurricanes.
Published: Jul 28th, 2000
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.