Stargazers who were awake early this morning may have noticed something a little off about the moon — namely, a blood-red tint.
Palestinian and Gainesville families came together this weekend to raise money and awareness for a proposed school for the deaf in the West Bank, near Palestine.
The future is rich for bone cancer research, thanks to a new discovery by a team of UF veterinary researchers.
Something smells fishy under the sea, and it may lead to better bomb detection.
Alachua County gained national recognition this week when the Clerk of the Court’s Ancient Records Project received the Florida State Genealogical Society 2014 Preservation Award.
An artifacts collection valued at $3.5 million to the Florida Museum of Natural History may bring new historical insights into America’s first Spanish colony.
Gainesville Regional Utilities is encouraging customers to give an electrifying gift in honor of Valentine’s Day.
A new Florida-based social media application focused on group interaction launched today.
This semester’s collaborative class between industrial and systems engineering and the fine arts department may be the last of its kind.