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Extending the duration that a leading smoking cessation medication is taken prior to stopping tobacco use does not significantly improve the likelihood of breaking the cigarette habit and staying smoke-free, according to a Buffalo study.
A University of Florida study has found that bacteria in the saliva of college students who reported recent thoughts of suicide differed in significant ways from those found in students who had not experienced recent suicidal thinking.
A virtual reality simulation designed by a UO professor could help spur people to environmental action.
Researchers at KU and UF co-wrote a study in Scientific Reports proposing a peer-to-peer system for BEVs to share charge among each other while driving down the road by being matched-up with a cloud-based control system.
A new University of Florida study has found that a local plant, the tall elephant’s foot, can be pushy — which wasn’t previously known.
Scientists have grown plants in soil from the moon, a first in human history and a milestone in lunar and space exploration.
Social psychologist Matt Baldwin wakes up thinking about the yellow and green boxes of Wordle, the free, once-a-day word game that has gained millions of fans since its public launch in October. Unlike most players, though, he understands why our brains crave it.
Award winning Florida team comes up with a project designed to tap into tidal energy. They conducted a study that called for the installation of 10 tidal turbines off the coast of Jacksonville and found that as many as 4,000 homes could be powered per year.
University of Florida researchers are using artificial intelligence to help citrus growers better forecast their seasonal production. So far, they’ve found in a preliminary study that their technology predicts yields with 98% accuracy.
For a century, researchers have tracked genetic traits to find out which cattle produce more and better milk and meat. Now, two University of Florida scientists will use artificial intelligence to analyze millions of bits of genetic data to try to keep cattle cooler and thus, more productive.