New research by the Department of Mathematics Distinguished Visiting Professor Burton Singer quantifies how civil disruption and violence has unraveled Ebola control measures in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Scientists have unraveled the mystery of what happened to dinosaurs in North China.
The UF chapter of Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) Pre-Law Fraternity recently won multiple awards at the PAD Pre-Law Conference, Mock Trial Competition, and Law School Expo.
The latest novel from MFA in Creative Writing graduate Kevin Wilson has earned rave reviews for its hilarious, surreal take on childrearing.
New research into the similarities between shark and human teeth shows humans have more potential to regrow teeth than previously believed.
The 2019 UF iGEM Team recently won a silver medal at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Competition, held in Boston from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4.
On Nov. 14, the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles will hold a free advance screening of the documentary “Cojot,” produced by UF professor Gayle Zachmann and directed by alumnus Boaz Dvir.