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  • From K–T to Kermit

    Among UF’s renowned team of extinction experts is David Blackburn, whose appreciation for frogs has led to his work on a groundbreaking new study. A paper published in July in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that ...

  • Third Time’s a Charm

    LIGO detects third set of gravitational waves from colliding black holes. UF physicists have played a key role in these detections. Read more "Third Time’s a Charm"

  • Makin’ Waves

    Marine biologist and UF Biology alumnus Mike Gil PhD’15 has been named a TED Fellow and is one of 21 international experts who will attend and speak at this year’s TEDGlobal, TED’s annual conference, which will take place in Arusha, ...

  • Professor of Anthropology Receives ACLS Fellowship

    Professor of Anthropology Richard Kernaghan receives an ACLS fellowship for new book project. Read more "Professor of Anthropology Receives ACLS Fellowship"

  • You May Recycle, But You’re Still Not Cool

    UF researchers conduct first implicit bias research on environmentalist attitudes and behaviors. Read more "You May Recycle, But You’re Still Not Cool"