A groundbreaking field camp by a UF geologist opens Earth sciences to students with disabilities.
Newly published study work shows that managers are likely to express bias, particularly in implicit forms.
These kinds of organic molecules could have given rise to life on the red planet.
As UF/IFAS Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN) adds stations across the state, the director answers questions about this network of weather stations in place to provide crucial data to agricultural producers.
In a first, a vulnerability in lidar sensors allows lasers to delete obstacles like moving pedestrians.
More than 100,000 Inzecto Mosquito Traps have been donated to Florida communities to help fight the surge of mosquitoes swarming to standing floodwaters left by Hurricane Ian's rain and storm surges.
UF Professor Tracie Baker joins a team of explorers in a dangerous trek across the Florida Everglades to to study human impact on the world's largest subtropical wilderness
Seagrass success is threatened by a few factors, including human activities like boating, a crystallized version of human waste could be the answer to revitalizing these marine habitats.
The new building advances the museum's mission to understand the natural world.
Tapping into the expertise of the University of Florida and its AI initiative, the Florida Department of Education recently added a three-year program of study called AI Foundations to its Career and Technical Education Program
A faithful simulation of hot air rising along a wall demonstrates the power of UF's HiPerGator supercomputer to model important real-world scenarios.
Sometimes overlooked, the donkey has its own unique and significant history, and researchers have uncovered their journey toward domestication.