In this new video, UF researchers, part of a transnational team studying risk associated with next-generation computer technology. describe exciting findings that may lead to safer touchscreens.
Research with CRISPR technology at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine has opened the door to studying any organism imaginable.
Dr. John Bowden previously worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Charleston, SC. His specialty is analytical toxicology, and his major research interest is in the use of mass spectrometry for toxicological analysis.
Drs. Hayward, Zubcevic and Tevosian have been awarded a new three-year grant from the Florida Department of Health.
A new technology is changing the face – and pace – of cell science with gene modification. A year or so ago, University of Florida toxicologist Chris Vulpe started getting calls, first from one colleague, then another, and another. They had an idea and wanted to use CRISPR…
Scientists at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine have linked brain communication to immune system response in the gut, a finding that could have implications for the treatment of many immune and neurologic diseases as well as for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Dr. Kip Berry (L) and Dr. Rick Johnson (R) using a sophisticated touch-screen Sectra table to teach Veterinary Anatomy and Radiology courses. They are developing this system with CVM colleagues and industry partners (ToLTech and Sectra).