Pam Soltis has spent her adult life studying the Earth’s living things, first from the perspective of plants and in recent years on a broader scale as she and her husband, Doug, have worked to create a “Tree of Life” that organizes and illustrates how all living things interact.
A University of Florida geophysicist discusses the strange changes in shifting ground during a long-term study of the 1960 Chile earthquake.
Jamie Ellis, an entomologist at UF/IFAS and lifelong beekeeper, answered questions on Reddit AMA about the honey bees he is in charge of at the UF Honey Bee Lab.
When you stocked up supplies for quarantine, you likely checked several items off your hurricane preparation kit list as well. That head start will come in handy as hurricane season elbows its way into the pandemic in progress.
Alligator mating season has arrived along with warmer weather, but this year, the alligators pretty much have all 2,000 acres of campus to themselves.
By studying the way wildlife are hunted, researchers discuss the economics that help inform policy makers.
Sea turtles are rebounding, but much work remains
Sea Turtle Hospital addresses tumors
August 17 is National Honey Bee Day. Here are a few things about honey bees you probably didn’t know.
The findings can help inform Florida panther conservation in the years to come.
Polar bears won’t be the only ones driven far from home by climate change
UF lab is focused on keeping honey bees healthy