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Tiny fish known to survive where most marine life could not, may no longer be able to thrive under diminishing oxygen levels.
December 19, 2018Research and Innovation
USF computer scientists identify new cyberattacks that monitor your typing without infecting your computer.
December 17, 2018Research and Innovation
Mike Griffin now leads the task force, and Debbie Sembler was appointed to fill a vacant seat.
December 13, 2018University News
USF President Judy Genshaft and Digital Camera Inventor Steve Sasson Recognized by the National Academy of Inventors
Honor recognizes contributions to academic invention and global innovation.
New research from USF criminologist shows a significant connection between psychopathy and homicides.
December 11, 2018Research and Innovation
The USF Publix will be the grocer's first location on a college campus.
December 6, 2018Campus Life
A unique method created by a USF associate professor to determine radiocarbon ages, will be central to an expedition expected to transform the way we view the Antarctic continent.
December 4, 2018Research and Innovation
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, entrepreneur Kate Tiedemann to be honored during commencement ceremonies.
December 3, 2018University News
Dr. Christian Bréchot will help elevate biomedical and health-related areas of research excellence to the international level.
December 2, 2018USF Health
Just a whiff of fried food may entice you to order a high-calorie meal. But breathe it in for longer than two minutes, and you’re more likely to be content with fruit.
November 30, 2018Research and Innovation
USF moves up to 25th among public universities and 42nd among both public and private institutions nationwide.
November 29, 2018Honors and Awards