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Climate Conversation

Climate change conversations seem to come with invisible boundaries: humanists talking with humanists, scientists talking with scientists. In some conversations, climate change can be just as taboo as religion, sex and politics. But how do you...
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Low Carb Community

In fall 2008, a homeowner in Pasco County was jailed for breaking the rules in his deed-restricted subdivision. His lawn was brown. A few months later, spring 2009, Tampa Bay Water drained its 15-billion-gallon reservoir and crossed its fingers...
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Clyde Fraisse is eager to talk to farmers about climate change. Farmers? Not so much. “They are very focused on this season,” says Fraisse, an associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering at the University of Florida and...
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UF/IFAS study: Taller, thinner crop beds save money, water

Looking out over thousands of acres of tomatoes, Miguel Talavera,...
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Hungry parents may feed their kids more, UF study finds

The hungrier parents are at mealtimes, a new study shows, the more...
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Rhesus macaques may be preying on bird eggs in Silver Springs, says UF/IFAS study

Rhesus macaques, primates brought from Asia in the 1930s to entice...
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Gravitational waves detected from second pair of colliding black holes

Four months after stunning the world with the announcement that they...
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Gregory Gray

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Professor of Environmental & Global Health  Greg Gray has conducted epidemiological infectious disease research in the U.S. and abroad for 25...
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