Category: Research

Chronic inflammation and poverty are a ‘double whammy’

A new UF study finds that people with chronic inflammation living in poverty have 2-3x the risk of dying from heart disease or cancer within the next 15 years.

Want to be a better leader? Stop thinking about work after hours

It’s not uncommon for managers to continue thinking about their job after the official workday is over, but this tendency may not be beneficial.

Can urban agriculture sow sustainable food production, resilient communities?

A team of scientists led by UF/IFAS experts are embarking on a three-year study to build a roadmap for urban agriculture development.

Explore ways to elevate your research

The Office of Strategic Communications and Marketing, or SCM, works to promote the expertise and research excellence of UF’s faculty.

Contribute to UF’s geographic and disciplinary expertise

The UF International Center and the Office of Research have launched the UF Global Engagement & Expertise Dashboard.

UF, Concept Companies and Trimark Properties join forces to make Gainesville’s Innovation District a major economic hub

The UF Board of Trustees was recently briefed on a new plan to develop a world-class destination for Fortune 500 research companies.

UF ranks among top 25 universities with $1.085 billion in 2022 research expenditures

The University of Florida’s $1.085 billion in research expenditures in fiscal year 2022 placed it 25th among all U.S. universities

The bilingual brain may be better at ignoring irrelevant information

People who speak two languages may be better at shifting their attention from one thing to another compared to those who speak one.

NBD lab seeking volunteers for NIH-funded study

The Neurocognitive and Behavioral Development, or NBD lab is recruiting individuals with and without a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder for study.

IC3 researchers to transform patient care, education through new technology

Health systems across the nation may soon be able to simulate patient care at the bedside, thanks to cutting-edge tools being developed by leading clinical artificial intelligence researchers at the University of Florida.

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