Research at the University of Florida
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Turtles Without Borders
Sea turtles are rebounding, but much work remains
Sea Turtle ER
Sea Turtle Hospital addresses tumors
First Ebola vaccine moves closer to licensing, with help of UF researchers
The European Medicines Agency, or EMA, has announced its conditional marketing authorization of a vaccine used to prevent the spread of...
Micro-naps for plants: Flicking the lights on and off can save energy without hurting indoor plants
Plants grown under five-second on/off cycles appeared to be almost identical to those grown under the normal light/dark period.
Climate Change Will Mean Mass Movement of Wildlife — How Scientists Say We Can Prepare
Polar bears won’t be the only ones driven far from home by climate change
Making a cleaner, greener, environmentally safe sunscreen
A UF medicinal chemistry professor has discovered a natural sunscreen made by microbes that may be better for humans – and the environment as well.
Quantifying Florida's coastline
Lake beneath Antarctic ice reveals its secrets
Resilience After the Storm
Helping a stronger Puerto Rico emerge after Hurricane Maria
An internet of things solution brings weather data back to Haiti
Hurricane Irma provided both opportunities and challenges for UF research
The Power of Object
On its 100th anniversary, Florida Museum researchers are applying new technologies to old specimens
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