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Kent Fuchs is president of the University of Florida wrote that "America's colleges and universities still offer young people an opportunity to find common ground and grow together — two things on which the very future of the nation may depend" in an opinion piece published on the Tampa Bay Times website.

Jenny Adler’s journey through graduate school has closely resembled the winding limestone caves of the Floridan Aquifer that she photographs from the inside out.

Researchers have made a discovery that could provide a novel way to target the brain deterioration associated with amyloid plaque build-up in Alzheimer’s disease.
Can unpredictability protect computers against malware? We want our computers to perform the way we expect. But what if the key to defeating malware is introducing a bit of chaos? We want our computers to perform the way we expect. But what if the key to defeating malware is introducing a bit of chaos?
The human brain has a remarkable defense system that filters bacteria and chemicals. For brain tumor patients, the barrier works almost too well by blocking most chemotherapy drugs.
Researchers in UF’s Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering such as Domenic Forte are developing new ways to keep us safe and secure in our increasingly digital lives.
After reading the article, the junior zoology major at the University of Florida created a student organization – Generational Relief in Prosthetics – that 3D-prints hands and other assistive devices with the support of the UF Libraries.
UF researchers have developed a low-cost treatment system to remove pharmaceuticals in source-separated urine using water materials.
Florida researcher reduces space and reorganizes how crops are laid-out in method he calls “compact bed geometry” and grows same amount of vegetables with same amount of water, less loss of fertilizers and less need for pesticides.
At the University of Florida, we are a people of purpose. We're committed to challenging convention and ourselves. We see things not as they are, but as they could be. And we strive for a greater impact: one measured in people helped and lives improved.