Knowing her family’s history with Alzheimer’s disease, Dr. Maria Carolina Gallego-Iradi began researching treatments for the disease in marine mammals.
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Melissa Arencibia wants to win a $2,500 sweepstakes to give her family in Cuba a break from their financial hardships.
Philip Poekert can’t find the exact words to describe how he feels about the millions of children worldwide who do not feel safe at school.
Dr. Michael Okun was surprised at how sophisticated Reddit users’ questions on Parkinson’s disease were.
When Sarah Steele Cabrera found an organism she thought would have been made extinct by Hurricane Irma, she laughed and high-fived her colleague.
In January, the Florida Science Olympiad Northern Regional competition will be hosted at UF for the first time.
Carey Minteer hopes to inspire a classroom of Egyptian students to become scientists.
Volunteering in the Dominican Republic gave Mica Wiley the motivation to tear down metaphorical and physical walls in America.
After a rise in online scams, the University Police are offering free classes to teach tips for prevention.
On National Voter Registration Day, 68 UF students registered to vote.
To assist farmworkers in Apopka, Florida, students planted and cleaned debris under the hot sun, sweat dripping down their backs.
The Florida Museum of Natural History is re-establishing the Miami blue butterfly, a species at risk of extinction.