Published: Dec 7th, 2009
Scientists say incidents are likely rare and more research is needed Video GAINESVILLE, Fla. — New information about lightning-emitted X-rays, gamma rays and high-energy electrons during thunderstorms is prompting scientists […]
Published: Nov 19th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Traditional endoscopes provide a peek inside patients’ bodies. Now, a University of Florida engineering researcher is designing ones capable of a full inspection.
Published: Nov 5th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Most biopsies following mammograms reveal benign abnormalities, not cancer.
Published: Sep 23rd, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — We can find cheap gas or seek out friends. We can track flights or rate restaurants. But those and other multiplying “apps” for smart phones are only […]
Published: Sep 9th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida has been awarded a $450,000 faculty development grant from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to help meet the growing need for educated and trained […]
Published: Jul 23rd, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A supercomputer named Novo-G described by its lead designer as likely the most powerful computer of its kind in the world became operational this week at the University of Florida.
Published: Jul 13th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Two University of Florida engineering researchers are among 100 recipients of the nation’s most prestigious awards for outstanding young scientists and engineers. David Arnold, assistant professor of […]
Published: Jun 23rd, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — “What brings you in to see me today?”
Published: May 7th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — New research findings could lead to faster, smaller and more versatile computer chips.
Published: Mar 18th, 2009
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Trainers have used it for decades to help athletes build muscle. Late-night TV commercials hawk it as an effortless flab buster.