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UF Keeps Pace With Industry In The Science Of Growing Grass

Published: Nov 30th, 1998

GAINESVILLE—Used to be, if you wanted to manage a golf course, all you needed to know was how high to mow and when to turn on the sprinklers.

U.S. Should Strive For Hypersonic Flight Technology, UF Professor Says

Published: Nov 13th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Whether or not it provides information about aging and space travel, John Glenn’s triumphant return to space seems to indicate continued U.S. superiority in space.

UF Joins NASA’s Virtual Astrobiology Institute To Look For Life On Mars

Published: Nov 10th, 1998

GAINESVILLE —Traditional science fiction has aliens who speak some form of English or resemble humans. The problem is, chances are slim that non-terrestrial life will have such earthling-like traits.

Communication Scientist, Engineer Craft Voice Diagnosis Tool

Published: Nov 6th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — It’s a kind of CAT scan for professional singers’ voices.

UF Scientist: Calusa Indian Site Reveals State May Face More Hurricanes

Published: Sep 28th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — A stormy past warns that Florida may be in store for more destructive hurricanes if scientists are right about the threat of global warming, new University of Florida research suggests.

Scientists, Journalists Team Up In UF/NASA Communications Alliance

Published: Sep 16th, 1998

GAINESVILLE —Think a manned trip to Mars is a great idea but tracking the migration patterns of monarch butterflies is a colossal waste of time and money? Everyone’s entitled to their own view, but some opinions may be misinformed.

UF Air Revitalization Research shows promise For Manned Mars Mission

Published: Aug 20th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — With hermetically sealed walls and numerous life support systems, space craft are intended to protect astronauts from deadly conditions outside.

UF-Designed Robotic Submarine To Compete In ‘Underwater Steeplechase’

Published: Jul 28th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Robotic submarines could one day seek and destroy underwater mines or rescue lost cave divers running out of oxygen.

‘Green Chemistry’ Cleans Up Environment And Renders Synthetic Drugs

Published: Jul 16th, 1998

GAINESVILLE —Chemists at the University of Florida are perfecting ways to take industrial waste and turn it into new medical compounds that have the potential to significantly reduce the cost of some prescription drugs.

UF Study: Women Scientists And Engineers Face Delicate Balancing Act

Published: Jul 10th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Americans stand to lose some of their most talented women scientists and engineers because of the difficulties of juggling career and family responsibilities, a new nationwide study by the University of Florida suggests.