UF geologist George Kamenov may be the closest thing investigators have to a database of Earth’s elemental profiles
A new book illustrates the lives of Seminole Indians in the Everglades in the early 20th century
UF scientists and artists are blending their unique talents to mutual benefit
UF archaeologists, historians and preservationists lead the way in bringing the nation’s oldest city to life
“The Martian” is giving away a secret: science is really, really cool.
History professors collect photographs of the Civil War to understand its history
UF seeks to create a more inclusive environment for women in STEM
Michael McDonald makes big data count for democracy
Preserving the Florida citrus label collection
Mining museums for new knowledge
Societal changes impact the geography of aging
Jason Steuber, the Asian art curator at the Harn Museum, tells the story of the journey of the 17th century...