Ytori Spring 2017
Dean David E. Richardson introduces readers to the Spring 2017 issue of Ytori.
Joseph Pfaller and Michael Gil have led several projects that culminated in an intriguing finding: crabs exhibit different mating behavior when living tucked below the carapace of a loggerhead turtle than in a nest of plastic.
Extinction detective Bob Holt tracks down the likely culprit behind ecological crises.
Racism is real and stress is not just all in your head.
Professor of Psychology and Executive Director of Project Implicit Kate Ratliff says many people do not recognize their own bias.
Liberal Arts and Sciences investigators at UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute are here to rid the world of dangerous microbes, wielding state-of-the-art technology with their scientific toolkits of electronic tracking, computer analysis, and petri dishes!
Alinda Saintval ’19 is a zoology and visual arts studies major, who has parlayed her passion and talent for art into an enterprise painting personalized backpacks.
Joseph Hernandez Hall, the university’s new chemistry/chemical biology building, is a testament to science, technology, and tenacity.
The namesake of Joseph Hernandez Hall says chemistry and biology support the foundation of his career in science.
UF chemistry graduates go on to start businesses, invent molecules, become doctors, change people’s lives. Meet 10 of them now.
Meet Fred Thurston '76, DDS'79.
Get to know Joy Mendez '99.
Meet Gene Inman PhD'82.