Friday, January 18, 2013

IFAS in the news, 1/18

Good morning! Final IFAS news installment of the week. Some stories are the result of news releases issued by UF or IFAS Communications:

Fishing, aquaculture, ecology spotlighted by new center (Martin)


Florida pesticide applicator testing goes online

UF/IFAS and FDACS Create New Online Certification Testing System

Six UF professors awarded Fulbright grants for research abroad

UF dorm residents out of luck with ladybug infestation

Panel discussion to explore UF’s past challenges, future

Hug a tree in Palm Beach County

NWF certifies wildlife habitat at Hawaii Wildlife Center

Garden Q&A: No heads up for this crop (Duval)




And in UF, other  news:


High court upholds pension law

UF sugar babies get tuition paid

Squeezed universities want more flexibility to build things (blog item)

Fecal transplants successful in treating intestinal ailment,0,815232.story

Lance Armstrong tells Oprah and the world: He cheated for years,0,7888592.story

Donated genetic data 'privacy risk'





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