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Biothreat Specialist

A molecular biologist cultures an ecological perspective of biothreats in his new role at the Emerging Pathogens Institute.

COVID-19 Pandemic Is Worsened Without Coordination

A lack of coordination in measures to control COVID-19 may accelerate cyclical outbreaks, according to a team of UF researchers.


Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Documents Initiative for First-Generation UF Students

The SPOHP captures stories and archives of the early days of the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program.

What Happens When the Sea Turtles Come Back?

New research takes a look at the impact green sea turtles are having on their environment.

Arizona Geopath

Leveling the Field

GeoSPACE aims to remove barriers to the geosciences for students with disabilities.

Discovery Can Predict ‘Hot Moments’ for High Water

A newly discovered pattern in sunny-day flooding related to sea-level rise could help coastal communities predict and plan for future high-water events.

Clifford Will

Clifford Will Receives Einstein Prize

Physics Professor Clifford Will received the 2021 Einstein Prize from the American Physical Society.

What Greenland’s Streams Tell Us About Climate Change

A team of UF researchers received $2.2 million from the National Science Foundation to study streams formed by melting glaciers.

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.


Small Packages

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

UF Researchers Discover New Type of Black Hole

Physics professor Imre Bartos is a part of team that observed a new type of black hole that challenges prior understanding of how the mysterious cosmic objects are formed across the universe.