Armed with a $1 million award from the National Institutes of Health, universities and health care entities throughout the state of Florida are collaborating to provide outreach and engagement to ethnic and racial minority communities disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fossils of bizarre, armored amphibians known as albanerpetontids provide the oldest evidence of a slingshot-style tongue, a new Science study shows.
Dr. Boucher and her team will develop a set of algorithms and an electronic interface that will allow public health investigators to test and analyze biological samples for antibiotic resistance in rural areas.
Mercury may make animals less likely to mate, suggesting that mercury and similar contaminants may impact animal reproduction more than previously thought.
A newly discovered pattern in sunny-day flooding related to sea level rise could help coastal communities predict and plan for future high-water events.
The University of Florida is helping to launch a new era in space research with a plant experiment aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket.
Evidence suggests that exposure to heat stroke or heat illness increases the odds of acquiring cardiovascular and renal diseases later in life for humans. UF researchers have found a possible molecular mechanism that may underlie these long-term health consequences.
Will received this award for “outstanding contributions to observational tests of general relativity with theories of gravitational waves, astrophysical black holes, and neutron stars.”
These smart devices emerged when University of Florida students and professors took their ingenuity in the Internet of Things and applied it to COVID solutions.
UF researchers who helped confirm Einstein’s theory of gravitational waves observed a new type of black hole that challenges prior understanding of how the mysterious cosmic objects are formed across the universe.
A University of Florida team applies quantitative methods to model how far virus-laden aerosols travel through the air.