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  • A Route to Recovery

    UF psychologist Lori Knackstedt studies an antibiotic that may cure cocaine addiction.

    Lori Knackstedt, professor of psychology, is seven years deep into research that’s yielded some surprising results: in cocaine-addicted rats, an antibiotic reduces their drug-seeking behavior and may prevent relapse. ...

  • From K–T to Kermit

    Among UF’s renowned team of extinction experts is David Blackburn, whose appreciation for frogs has led to his work on a groundbreaking new study. A paper published in July in the Proceedings of the National Academy of ...

  • The Sound of Silence

    Victoria Emma Pagán of UF Classics publishes new book about Roman historian Tacitus.

  • Third Time’s a Charm

    LIGO detects third set of gravitational waves from colliding black holes. UF physicists have played a key role in these detections.

  • Makin’ Waves

    Marine biologist and UF Biology alumnus Mike Gil PhD’15 has been named a TED Fellow and is one of 21 international experts who will attend and speak at this year’s TEDGlobal, TED’s annual conference, which will take place in ...

  • UF’S New Joseph Hernandez Hall Dedicated

    On April 21, 2017, more than 200 people gathered for the dedication of Joseph Hernandez Hall, which provides state-of-the-art facilities for general chemistry, organic chemistry, and chemical biology at UF. The two-level atrium was packed with UF Chemistry faculty and ...

  • Conservation Clues

    Extinction detective Bob Holt tracks down the likely culprit behind ecological crises.

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