At UCF, researchers are studying a wide range of ways to improve ocean health, from patented soil that can remove up to 90% of pollutants from water to saving sea turtles riddled with disease.
May is recognized nationally as Mental Health Awareness Month, a movement to raise awareness and challenge the stigma surrounding mental health.
Two associate professors with expertise in Chinese society and culture share the history behind the holiday, lucky foods and more about the Year of the Rabbit.
A study led by UCF and Adobe scientists indicated that a machine learning model developed by the software company can improve reading speed by matching reader characteristics with recommended fonts.
A UCF Study finds social media can be a powerful tool for cities to communicate and to collect information to deploy emergency resources where needed most.
The program will support nine social work students, developing their ability to respond to domestic violence.
A research team is creating tools to help doctors screen older adults who may be at a higher risk for getting scammed.
As a new mom struggling with anxiety, depression, and working from home with a toddler, I turned to UCF’s Employee Assistant Program to help me learn how to cope and feel like myself again.
UCF’s national expert on flesh-eating bacteria is unraveling the mystery of why some bacteria remain harmless while others go rogue threatening human life.
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