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Dengue immunity may reduce Zika infections
Structural Biologists Seek to Understand How Viruses and Cells Interact
Technology opens UF's collection of amphibians and reptiles to the world
For the first time, scientists have observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves
The first detection of gravitational waves marked the beginning of the new field of gravitational-wave astronomy
UF lab designed new, innovative technology that will assist in gathering more timely, efficient hurricane research
Two UF researchers have invented a device that makes chemotherapy treatments more personalized, efficient and affordable
Williams, a University of Florida geology professor, recently joined her second Mars mission: After serving on the Curiosity rover team since 2009, she’s now a participating scientist on the Perseverance rover, which touched down on the red planet on Feb. 18.
Scientists turn to the sea for breakthroughs in brain research
A safe seems an unlikely place for a box of soil. Unless it’s the rarest, most valuablesoil on Earth. So...
iDigBio is revealing new research opportunities in long-hidden museum collections