Monday, April 2, 2012

IFAS in the news, 3/30

Good morning and happy is the week's final IFAS news roundup:

Fireflies' Unique Flashes Help Distinguish Species

Could Tiny Tubes Be Made Safer?

UF researchers develop plant-based technology that helps biofuels, may fight cancer

Ticks bad this year, but you can fight them (Treasure Coast)

Thirty-three faculty named UF Research Foundation Professors for 2012

EXTENSION CONNECTIONS: Celebrate National Peanut Month (Okaloosa)

Manatee Ornamental Production

Know a 'Water-Wise' Individual or Business? (Hillsborough)

Fort Myers Herb Day 2012 Is This Saturday (Lee)

National, UF, health news:

$540M jackpot sparks Mega Millions mania$540m-jackpot-sparks-mega-millions-mania/

Harry Crews, Writer of Dark Fiction, Is Dead at 76

Pesticides suspected in mass die-off of bees,0,4969345.story

University of Florida law school applications down; fewer LSATs administered

Report links rise in cancer to inactivity, obesity

UF trustees ponder how to survive budget cuts while students protest tuition hikes

Shay steps down as wine institute head

Warm weather shaking up produce market

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