UF scientists identify ideal surfaces to help long-spined sea urchins get the nourishment they need to grow from larvae into juveniles
The report guides science that will allow for longer space missions.
Someone walks down to the local river, scoops up a cup of water, and ends up with a good chunk of your DNA. How much say would you like in how that DNA is used?
The era of human environmental DNA, or eDNA, has arrived.
A UF-designed AI education program piloted last year in three Florida public schools was so successful that it will expand to 12 school districts beginning this month.
With scientists calling July the hottest month in earth's history and warning of warmer temperatures to come, one UF researcher is working to make cities feel less scorching.
Researchers discovered an innovative approach to working with polymers that has led them to develop a new method for recycling that promises to lower the energy requirement without sacrificing the quality of the plastic
When oleander aphids infested tropical milkweed, monarch butterflies laid fewer eggs on the plant, and the caterpillars developing on those plants were slower to mature.
While it may seem there are more shark sightings - and shark attacks - than usual, a University of Florida shark expert says that's a misleading perception.
Researchers from the University of Florida and the Seattle Aquarium are exploring 100 meters underwater in the Pacific Northwest to learn more about mysterious ghost sharks, one of the strangest beasts from the depths of the ocean.
Scientists, including UF astrobiologist Amy Williams, gain vital insights in Mars' history and potential for supporting life
Fifteen years of collaborative work among scientists from the US and Canada leads to evidence of the existence of low-frequency gravitational waves permeating our universe.
The findings of a new study that looked at how the human brain changes during spaceflight could provide valuable guidance for future space exploration planning
A mind-bending experiment shows that the laws of physics were different during the Big Bang.
Hundreds of millions of planets could have the right orbit to sport liquid water and possible life.