After dropping for the first time in 2023 in April, consumer sentiment among Floridians inched up one-tenth of a point in May to 68.8 from a revised figure of 68.7. On the contrary, national sentiment plunged 4.3 points.
New University of Florida research shows that policies restricting the use of ride-hailing apps like Uber or Lyft can hurt the transportation ecosystem of a city.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a trending topic among researchers has been the relationship between social media and mental health.
Samuel Proctor Oral History Program begins work highlighting civil rights struggle during slavery era with support from National Parks Service
Michael Kane, a world-renown Ghost Orchid conservationist, is part of a team that will show the unique plant at the invitation-only flower show, May 22-27 in England.
UF, UF Health and community organizations launch high school transition program for neurodivergent students
If you’re thinking of giving mom a plant, many varieties last long and can give that look you want.
UF Law Professor Jiaying Jiang says legal inaccuracies generated by language models could make attorneys liable for the mistakes.
May the 4th is almost a religious holiday for Star Wars fans, when they make annual pilgrimages to re-released films in theaters, attend costumed conventions and plan themed parties.
The Lastinger Center’s approach to addressing the literacy crisis began in 2018, and the new Literacy Micro-Credentials program is taking this one step further. The Micro-Credentials program is part of an all-hands-on-deck reading structure that addresses the needs of whole communities.
Puerto Rican star Bad Bunny has reaffirmed what industry pros have intuited for years: Latin music is what the masses want.
The Fire Neural Network applies AI to help detect lightning strikes at risk of causing devastating wildfires almost immediately after the strike
Swifties had their emotional universe upended on Saturday after learning that the singer-songwriter had broken up with boyfriend Joe Alwyn of six years.