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Deadly fungus threatens African frogs

May 17, 2016 Sustainability

Misty mountains, glistening forests and blue-green lakes make Cameroon, the wettest part of Africa, a…

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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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UF College of Agriculture and Life Sciences professor named AAAS Fellow

University of Florida plant pathologist Frank White has been named a fellow of the American…

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Distinguished Professor receives prestigious INSPIRE grant

“INSPIRE: Deciphering the Genealogy of Neurons via Planetary Biodiversity Capture” is part of President Obama’s…

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Sea turtle hospital opens at UF’s Whitney Lab

October 26, 2015 Sustainability

Saturday marked the opening of the Sea Turtle Hospital at UF’s Whitney Laboratory in St. Augustine. The facility enables UF to help sick and injured sea turtles through surgery and rehabilitation and builds the research potential of the lab. A discovery room teaches kids and community groups about sea turtles and ocean conservation.

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UF researchers reveal first Tree of Life for all 2.3 million named species

In the mid-90s, many of Doug Soltis’ colleagues told him that creating a tree of life – a map of Earth’s 2.3 million named species and the connections between them – couldn’t be done.

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Map of Life’s new app: The world’s biodiversity in the palm of your hand

May 19, 2015 Sustainability

By Jim Shelton Never has knowledge of the world’s biodiversity knowledge been more at your…

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Florida Sea Grant launches awareness campaign with Florida Trend reports

March 13, 2015 Sustainability

By Tom Nordlie To call attention to pressing coastal and ocean issues in Florida and…

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