Get ready to cut those cords, the ones connecting your laptop or cellphone to an outlet for charging. University of Florida engineers have developed a wireless charging station that can charge all your devices at once with no cords.
Population growth in Florida slowed down quite a bit in the past year, but University of Florida experts say a healthy job market and retiring baby boomers will eventually come to the rescue.
Restrictions meant to rid the United States of illegal immigrants may be backfiring by encouraging them to stay in the country. That’s the finding of a new University of Florida study, which shows many illegals now have a heightened fear of deportation.
University of Florida engineers have developed a new anti-reflective coating and they have insects to thank for it.
There really is no such thing as a “free lunch.” Now University of Florida research shows companies offering free food, flights, and other goodies often won’t stay in business long enough to hand out those gifts.
Move over corn, a new crop is cornering the alternative fuel market and University of Florida researchers say this plant could be a solution for the high cost of diesel fuel.
Many think of shedding “crocodile tears” as a way to get sympathy or attention. Now a University of Florida study shows that alligators and crocodiles actually do cry while they eat.
Whether choosing a mate or someone to work closely with, trust really matters. Now, University of Florida research finds of all major character traits, people value trustworthiness the most in others.
From a world of silence to a new outlook on life. That’s the journey of a Florida boy who recently became one of the youngest ever to receive a set of artificial ears. 5-year-old Jorden Flowers of Jacksonville was born without ears or auditory nerves. Medical artists at the University of Florida College of Dentistry fashioned artificial ears for him.
You won’t have to worry about this car’s driver being distracted by a cell phone or a song on the radio. It doesn’t have a driver. The Navigator, as named by the University of Florida engineers who built it, pilots itself.