As UF advances a sweeping effort to modernize its campus and enhance pedestrian safety, two “gateway projects” are nearing completion that will make the campus entrances more pedestrian friendly and ultimately create approximately 86 acres of walkable, bicycle-friendly space.
Gainesville High School physics students recently conducted an egg-drop science experiment off of the third tallest building in town, Beaty Towers East. Students were tasked with making a vessel that would keep an egg intact when launched from the 13-story building.
UF will hold a candlelight vigil today to mourn the lives lost in the mass shooting that tragically unfolded in Buffalo, New York. The vigil will begin at 5:30 p.m. at Century Tower. All are welcome to attend.
UF jumped eight spots from last year to land among Money magazine’s 2022 top 10 best colleges for students to get the best bang for their academic buck.
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Derris Lee won the 45th Annual DownBeat Student Music Award for Outstanding Performances in the Best Jazz Soloist category at the undergraduate college level.
Dignity Therapy was developed to help adults with cancer maintain or foster a sense of dignity in the final stage of their lives through completing important psychological tasks such as sharing life lessons and preparing a legacy document for loved ones.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will speak and engage in a Q&A about how America’s leading research universities, including the University of Florida, and Ukrainian officials and educators can work together to help rebuild and transform his country’s decimated higher education sector.
UF ranks first among public universities and second nationwide in a new study that evaluates which U.S. universities are best at moving new discoveries from the lab and into the real world through research commercialization and STEM graduates.
In a new paper published in the journal Communications Biology, University of Florida researchers showed that plants can successfully sprout and grow in lunar soil.
Robert D. Holt of the Department of Biology has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, joining the ranks of leading scientists recognized for their distinguished achievements in research.