Which plants have the best chances for survival in space? That’s the question being addressed by Principal Investigators Anna-Lisa Paul and Robert Ferl in the Epigenetic Adaptation to the Spaceflight Environment – Accumulated Genomic Change Induced by Generations in Space (Plant Habitat-03) investigation which will soon launch to the International Space Station... Read More
ICBR Cytometry Acquires BD FACS Symphony S6 The recent acquisition of the BD FACS Symphony S6 cell sorter in the ICBR Cytometry Core will expand the capabilities of the UF research community to isolate rare and unique populations of cells from a complex, mixed populations. Cell sorting on the S6... Read More
UF ICBR Closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day UF ICBR will be closed on Monday, January 16th in observation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Normal hours will resume on Tuesday, January 17th. No packages will be accepted during this time!
UF | ICBR Staff Answer Challenge to Support Local Students in Need For the fifth consecutive year, UF | ICBR held their annual food drive to provide food and supplies to Gainesville grade schools. Over the course of six weeks, our staff of 47 individuals collected over 3,000 items for... Read More
Wishing you and yours a Happy Holiday and a joyful New Year. Best wishes from your friends at UF | ICBR! ICBR will be closed Monday (December 26th), returning on Tuesday (January 3rd). We here at ICBR are thankful for you, and hope you enjoy the holiday! And a special... Read More
Please note: Due to the Calendar Year End, the last invoices to process for 2022 will be created on Monday, December 12th. ICBR’s upcoming billing schedule will be altered as follows: 12/12/2022 – Last invoices generated in 2022 12/19/2022 at noon – Deadline to submit disputes for 2022 payment. If you have expiring funds,... Read More
ICBR will be closed Thursday (November 24th) and Friday (November 25th) for the Thanksgiving holiday. We here at ICBR are thankful for you, and hope you enjoy the holiday! Normal business hours will resume on Monday, November 28th.
Dr. Mariza Miranda Named Scientific Director of ICBR Cytometry UF ICBR is excited to announce that Dr. Mariza Miranda has been named Scientific Director of ICBR’s Cytometry core. Dr. Miranda has a Masters and Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, with more than 12 years of experience working as a researcher to develop... Read More
University of Florida supports the ethical use of artificial intelligence The University of Florida, a proponent for ethics in artificial intelligence, is part of a new global agreement with seven other worldwide universities that are committed to the development of human-centered approaches to AI that will impact people everywhere. During... Read More
Scientific expedition to study human impact on Florida Everglades A team of five that includes a female University of Florida professor as its lead scientist will embark Thursday on a dangerous trek across the Florida Everglades to assess the impact of humans on the world’s largest subtropical wilderness. The group... Read More