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USF will focus on analyzing how coronavirus spreads between wildlife and humans. The data will be used to create predictive models that can be used to prepare and protect human health for future variants and diseases.
November 9, 2023Research and Innovation
A recently discovered sea slug found in Tampa Bay waters is being named after a USF emeritus professor of integrative biology to honor his 45-year career that involved intricately studying sea slugs.
October 18, 2023Research and Innovation
Paul-Camilo Zalamea, assistant professor of integrative biology, is preparing a four-year research study on plant-soil microbial interactions after receiving a $1.5 million grant through the National Science Foundation.
August 1, 2023Research and Innovation
People are encouraged to be “citizen scientists” and upload photos of any mosquitoes that they find. By identifying the species of mosquito, the team can determine its potential for carrying diseases and alert local authorities to its location.
June 29, 2023Research and Innovation
An interdisciplinary team of scientists documented abrupt changes in Tampa Bay’s estuarine ecosystem and forecasts similar landscape-wide changes in northern locations.
August 29, 2022Research and Innovation
The dashboard is the result of an NSF-funded global research project that started in 2020.
August 2, 2022Research and Innovation