UF engineers apply the little-known science of tribology to sticky problems
Technology opens UF's collection of amphibians and reptiles to the world
A University of Florida physics professor is the recipient of the 2020 J.J. Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Physics from the American Physical Society.
Florida Climate Institute co-directors discuss the importance of science
Dive into Explore's archives from the fall of 2011 to the magazine's beginnings in the spring of 1996
Images of the pandemic pause became familiar so quickly: Zoom cameos by cats tiptoeing across keyboards, parents stabbing mute buttons...
UF researchers say common sense may be our best defense
Hurricane Irma provided both opportunities and challenges for UF research
Soltis’ research interests are angiosperm phylogeny, phylogeography, polyploidy and conservation genetics
UF physicists were leaders in the construction of LIGO and the detection of gravitational waves
Lay people who participate in citizen science develop more interest in science after participating in such a project
UF scientists and artists are blending their unique talents to mutual benefit