An expert on heat illness discusses the key symptoms and how severe heatstroke can stress the immune system and other organs for years.
Earning a micro-credential helps fill knowledge gaps, especially for those in the workforce who have limited time and cannot commit to a semester or longer of learning.
Glaciers in tropical mountain ranges are experiencing similar impact from the drivers of climate change as those in the polar regions of Antarctica and the Northern Hemisphere, according to a study published today in Nature.
The university and the CIA have entered an agreement to study how artificial intelligence and machine learning applications can be used to detect and deter malicious agents that infiltrate computer networks.
UF researchers discovered that pocket gophers fertilize crops of roots and harvest them for food, making them the first non-human mammal known to show farming behavior.
The National Science Foundation has recognized a record nine University of Florida faculty members from a wide variety of academic disciplines with 2022 Early Career Development Awards, one of its most prestigious honors.
UF scientists want to assess livestock mobility faster and more accurately, ultimately helping farm animal health and production. To do so, they’ll use artificial intelligence to analyze high-definition video of the animals as they move.
A new study by UF researchers suggests patients may need continued support to help them maintain weight loss and other health benefits of bariatric surgery.
In an evolutionary first, researchers from UF and other institutions have found that a group of frogs have become so small they’re no longer able to maintain balance during quick maneuvers, like jumping.
Stay-at-home dads are more common than ever before. Because of fathers’ changing roles in the household, advertisers are shifting how they market their products to this target audience. Does it work?
Chimay Anumba, Ph.D, Dr. Desmond Schatz, M.D., Almut Winterstein, Ph.D., were three of 15 new members elected to the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida.
The director of the NSF, one of the country’s largest and most impactful federal research agencies, visited UF last week to discuss opportunities for university researchers as well as the agency’s priorities and vision.
Understanding how wisdom, resiliency and mastery work together to improve a person’s subjective well-being later in life is important given common challenges of aging.