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Putting Einstein to the Test

Physics professor Clifford Will's new book takes a close look at Einstein's most famous theories.

UF Researchers Scour Coronavirus Studies for Clues to a Future Shared with COVID-19

UF researchers sifted through several thousand studies on human coronaviruses related to the novel SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19, with the goal of learning from the past to help shape the future.

The Accidental Nat Geo Star

Zoology alumna Nina Mayer Ritchie was a finalist for a National Geographic amateur photo competition.

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Small Packages

A team of UF researchers find a unique connection between humans and the Bahamian hutia.

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Geography Professor Analyzes Impact of San Francisco Bay Area Coastal Flooding on Commutes

Geography professor Katy Serafin projects how coastal flooding will impact commutes in the San Francisco Bay Area over the next 20 years.

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Can Sunlight Solve the Global Energy Crisis?

New research from professor Wei David Wei makes the case that using sunlight to promote chemical reactions could be a unique way to address the global energy crisis.

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Aboard the International Space Station, Super-Resolution Camera to Capture Images of Earth

A UF Astronomy team's camera can capture a snapshot of the entire Earth in half an hour.

How Genetics Guide the Evolution of Language

UF Linguist Kevin Tang's research adds a new dimension to our understanding of language change.

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Uncovering the Origin of the Domesticated Guinea Pig

New sheds light on how guinea pigs came to be found around the world and offers tantalizing clues for how they came to be domesticated.

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Model Shows How Masks and Social Distancing Could Control Coronavirus

Non-pharmaceutical measures could control the coronavirus, but only if done right.

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Crocodile Talk

Kent Vliet thinks crocodilians get a bad rap.

On the Inside

Jodi Lane prepares new researchers to directly engage incarcerated people.