Breaking Ground On New UF Research Facility
The University of Florida broke ground today on a building that could help Americans age in a more healthy way.
The Clinical and Translational Research building will be a 120,000 square foot complex bringing researchers together to find solutions to health problems.
The building, which will be completed in January 2013, will house the UF Institute On Aging among other programs.
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