Alex Weppelmann, a professor in UF’s College of Public Health and Health Professions, provides context and commentary on what appears to be cholera’s transition from an outbreak to an endemic disease in Haiti in a piece originally published in The Conversation.
UF Levin College of Law professor Elizabeth Rowe warns that innocent parties could suffer unintended consequences in the wake of a new law that gives companies more tools to sue over leaked trade secrets.
UF College of Medicine researchers Mikah Owen and Jeffrey Goldhagen are cited in this article about the negative effects of solitary confinement on incarcerated children, which can include depression, anxiety, panic attacks and social withdrawal.
UF finance professor Jay Ritter is quoted in this article about the dearth of IPO activity despite close to record highs for the general stock market.
UF finance professor Jay Ritter is quoted in this article that explains why putting a price on public offering shares that aren’t regularly traded is neither easy nor absolute.
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Jack Payne, UF’s senior vice president for Agriculture and Natural Resources and professor of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, urges urban foresters to celebrate trees as economic drivers and move beyond the false dichotomy of economy versus environment in this commentary originally published in The Conversation.
A team of UF students under the direction of College of Engineering professor Juan Gilbert stage the world’s first drone race involving a brain-controlled interface, involving 16 pilots using willpower to drive drones through a 10-yeard dash over an indoor basketball court.
UF gerontologist and geographer Stephen Golant is cited for his research on “aging in place” and the need to rethink society’s message that successful aging means living in one’s home for as long as possible.
UF lepidopterist Andrew Warren’s research has led to the discovery of a new species, the Tanana Arctic, which may be the only type of butterfly endemic to Alaska.
UF political science professor Michael McDonald talks to NPR’s Audie Cornish about the possible consequence of a low Democratic voter turnout while Republican turnout is breaking records.
A study conducted by UF postdoctoral students based on a collection of small tropical lizards recently donated to the American Museum of Natural History reveals that the ancient creatures are similar to modern-day geckos and chameleons.
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