Wednesday, March 23, 2011

IFAS in the news, 3/23

Good morning!

IFAS news:

Market-dominant Scotts to take phosphorus out of fertilizer

Research helps increase tsunami knowledge (Flagler County)

On the Move: Wilson selected for UF professorship (Indian River)

UF student hopes to give a clearer picture of alligator snapping turtles

Navy Federal Credit Union proceeds with buying 4-H land (Escambia/4-H)|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Sinkhole concerns addressed at community open house (Hillsborough)

Other things going on in the world:

Tokyo tap water not safe for infants, officials warn,0,7951826.story

As Little Girls and Boys Grow, They Think Alike

Judge Rejects Google's Deal to Digitize Books

N.F.L. Moves Kickoffs to the 35

Harvard professor tells of need for reasonable debate

Graduate assistants protest anti-union bills

Another game of Humans vs. Zombies begins at UF

SIFE to provide help to unemployed local residents

Photographer to give special presentation at Florida Museum March 31

Gainesville man, UF student among 22 arrested in sex sting

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