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The Green Gap

Just a couple of years after the first signs of the global economic recession began to appear, many economists are trying to predict which sector of the economy will lead the recovery. Many believe the answer lies in what has been dubbed “green” technology, some of which is being developed …

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Gators Learn About Going Green

Green gators packed the Plaza of the Americas on Wednesday to learn about what UF is doing to become more sustainable and to learn about how they could participate in the “going green” movement. It was all a part of the University of Florida’s Office of Sustainability’s Campus Earth Day …

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Award Winning UF Neurologist Plans To Use New Grant For Groundbreaking Alzheimer’s Research

Doctors and scientists have spent decades anyalyzing the factors causing Alzheimer’s in hopes of finding a cure. One University of Florida researcher is being honored for his efforts and extensive research. WUFT’s Jessica Gable talked with Dr. Todd Golde about his long-time study of the disease. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/89Golde.mp3]

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Religous Leaders Weigh In On Haiti, Tragedy And Faith

It’s been more than one month since the earthquake in Haiti. While many camera crews and reporters move on to other stories, still many questions linger in people’s minds. There are questions of faith and tragedy as people grapple with one major question, why? Dan Katz and Amy Rigby discussed …

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Turning Horse Manure Into Fuel

Ocala hosted the unveiling of an innovative bio-energy system (on February 22nd) that makes better use of raw waste. A group is creating new means of energy starting with animal manure. As WUFT’s Lauren Walters reports, this initiative will make bio-energy more obtainable than ever before. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/manure.mp3]

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Area Pet Owners Worry About Recent Outbreak of Distemper

A recent outbreak of the distemper virus in several raccoons in the western section of Gainesville and Alachua County has a lot of pet owners worried. WUFT-FM’s Junior Skepple spoke to some experts about the importance of having animals immunized against the virus. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/distemper.mp3]

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