Research studies on AI, nutrition looking for volunteers

A new study from UF’s Human eXperience Research Lab wants to know your thoughts about artificial intelligence (AI).

This survey, which takes approximately 20 minutes to complete, will ask about your knowledge and trust of technology and systems that use AI. Demographic information will also be collected in the survey.

Ready to get started? Begin the survey here:

Participants needed for cranberry beverage nutrition study

The UF Food Science and Human Nutrition Department is conducting a 12-week study to determine if a cranberry beverage protects the intestinal barrier in generally healthy adults with a BMI of 30 or higher. For two weeks each, participants will be asked to drink a cranberry beverage or cranberry-flavored beverage four times per day and then answer questions about their health and digestive function. As part of the study, urine, blood, saliva and stool samples will also be collected. Generally healthy individuals aged 21 to 50 years (inclusive) with a BMI of 30 or higher may be eligible to take part in this study.

Contact Rebecca Solch at (352) 682-4883 or if you would like to learn more.