Defending your computer from cyber-attacks, Sun Tzu style

Can unpredictability protect computers against malware?

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These Michigan-UF dream teams are winning off the field

December 22, 2015 Information Systems, Sustainability

The University of Michigan and the University of Florida are rivals in the Citrus Bowl, but off the field, the universities are working together to make lives better.

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Gaps in our biodiversity knowledge aren’t where you might think

September 8, 2015 Information Systems, UF Preeminence

Imagine a place where there’s much left to discover about animal life, and you might picture a remote tropical jungle. Scientists did, too – until they discovered that the places we know the least about aren’t always those with fewer resources for studying them, but emerging economies such as Brazil and China.

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UF Preeminence advances as new hires are presented to Board of Trustees

Fifteen nationally recognized professors are joining the University of Florida faculty, furthering UF’s goal to…

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UF launches digital book series to tell its best research stories

April 20, 2015 Information Systems

Tomatoes, viruses and voting. The common theme? They’re all subjects of a series of digital…

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2014 AAAS Mentor Award Winner, Juan Gilbert

March 17, 2015 Information Systems

By Kat Zambon Juan E. Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Chair and associate…

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Where big data meets the big bang

March 16, 2015 Information Systems

The Large Hadron Collider restarts Monday, 3/23, and with it the chance for University of…

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