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  • The Human Touch

    New research suggests animals prefer human connections

    What do animals really want? A new study from the University of Florida suggests it might be human contact, at least in the case of some Galapagos tortoises.

    Lindsay Mehrkam, a UF doctoral student in ...

  • As Elephants Go, So Do the Trees

    Research shows hunting can have catastrophic effects on tropical forests.

    Overhunting has been disastrous for elephants, but their forest habitats have also been caught in the crossfire.

    A first-of-its-kind study led by researchers at the University of Florida shows that the dramatic ...

  • Libris – November 2014

    book cover for Home Fires: How Americans Kept Warm in the Nineteenth Century

    Home Fires: How Americans Kept Warm in the Nineteenth Century

    Sean Patrick Adams
    Sean ...

  • Ebola May Be Creating Its Own Immunity

    The spread of Ebola in West Africa reveals two truths: The disease is swift, and it is devastating. Amid the chaos of deadly outbreak, researchers say another truth may exist: The disease might be quietly inoculating a significant portion of ...

  • Groundbreaking Science

    UF breaks ground for long awaited chemistry building.

    The University of Florida will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new chemistry/chemical biology building at 11 a.m. Friday at the corner of University Avenue and Buckman Drive.

    The facility will provide 110,000 square ...

  • Libris – October 2014

    book cover for Palms and People in the Amazon

    Palms and People in the Amazon

    Nigel Smith
    Libris – September 2014

    book cover of Jewish Histories of the Holocaust:

    Jewish Histories of the Holocaust:
    New Transnational Approaches

    Norman J.W. Goda
    Norman J.W. Goda, Norman and Irma Braman Professor ...

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