In this photo released from the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Florida State Rep. Larry Cretul (left) and UF professor of microbiology Lonnie Ingram (right) discuss the future of the Sunshine State’s energy demands at the biofuels pilot plant on UF’s main campus in Gainesville – Monday, January 28, 2008. (more …)
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — At virtually every seaport mankind has ever built, you’re sure to see a pelican at some time or another. The birds roost on every continent except Antarctica. Their scythe-like beaks and snaking necks have adorned human art dating back thousands of years.
So, what’s the harm in a fisherman tossing a bit of fish to the nearby pelican kind enough to keep him company? What’s a scrap of flounder between friends? (more …)
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Arsenic is notorious for its toxic effects on people, but it can be just as dangerous to plants – most of them, anyway.
One exception is the Chinese brake fern, a nondescript-looking bracken that can soak up huge quantities of the toxic metal without apparent harm. (more …)