Three University of Florida faculty will be inducted into the Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine of Florida in 2022. The academy, which recognizes the work of individuals of the State of Florida who have made major achievements in science, engineering, and medicine, will present awards to the following faculty during its annual meeting on November 5-6 in Orlando.
Diseases impact different populations in different ways. Despite this, the samples used for medical research are often not representative of diverse populations. That disparity is at the heart of the studies conducted by Drs. Josephine Allen and Erika Moore.
UF researchers seek to make the world’s favorite building material, concrete, stronger, more durable and more sustainable.
Led by Dr. Z. Hugh Fan, Ph.D., professor at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Dr. John Lednicky, Research Professor at the College of Public Health and Health Professions’ Department of Environmental and Global Health, an interdisciplinary team at the University of Florida has developed a game-changing diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2 that is fast, reliable, low-cost and capable of differentiating between COVID-19 and influenza.
Four members of University of Florida's Department of Chemical Engineering at the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering were selected for the department's term professorships.
Using a new $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation researchers at the University of Florida will study surveillanceware and develop new AI-based defenses for it.
As successful serial entrepreneurs, Adam Goldstein (UF BSBA ’01) and Brett Adcock (UF BSBA ’08) are always looking for the next big thing to bring to market. EVTOLs, short for electric vertical take-off-and-landing vehicles, had a compelling appeal, but there were challenges. A sector seated by large aerospace companies, staggering start-up costs and, most importantly, a new space that imposes many technology challenges, the eVTOL industry would deter any seasoned entrepreneur from entering. Yet, a chance meeting with a fellow Gator at a conference turned out to become the beginning of an adventure that could get flying taxis into the air.
A team of researchers at the University of Florida will explore ways to increase trustworthiness and interpretability of artificial machine learning in healthcare under a new $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
UF Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Dr. Navid Asadi will be serving as the program chair for the well-regarded 2021 IEEE PAINE Conference, to be held Nov. 30–Dec. 2, 2021, hosted virtually from Washington, D.C.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently awarded a $10 million grant to a team led by Rhoel Dinglasan to test why are some countries in the grip of COVID-19 while others appear less affected.