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New Discoveries For Our State,
Our Nation And The World

UF faculty conduct nearly $1 billion in research annually. Research at UF plays a significant role in advancing our fundamental understanding of the world in which we live, generating creative breakthroughs that lead to new technologies, promoting economic growth in the state, and changing the trajectory of young people through education.

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Comprehensive Collaboration

UF is one of the nation’s most comprehensive universities, with 16 colleges and hundreds of centers and institutes on its main campus and at research facilities around the state. This comprehensiveness enables our faculty to collaborate across many disciplines to create new knowledge – doctors with engineers, artists with educators, environmental scientists with legal scholars.

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8,000

There are currently nearly 8,000 active UF research projects.

$942M

UF research expenditures surpassed $942 million in 2020.

400

UF Innovate received nearly 400 invention disclosures in 2020.

Innovating for economic impact

Innovating for economic impact

UF Innovate is building new businesses on our faculty’s innovations. With an experienced technology licensing team, two of the world’s top business incubators, and a venture capital program, UF Innovate connects innovators with entrepreneurs, investors and industry, incubates startups and growth companies, and fosters a resilient economy — all in an effort to make the world a better place.

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Innovation

3.14

Return on investment in research funding for every state dollar UF used to hire faculty in preeminent focus areas.

190

UF helped launch more than 190 startups based on researchers' technologies in 15 years.

$32M

A leader technology transfer, UF received $32,972,356 in license Income in fiscal year 2015, according to the AUTM.

Kate Ratliff

College of Liberal 艺术 and Sciences
Associate Professor of Psychology

Kate Ratliff is a world leader in our understanding of implicit bias, thoughts and feelings outside of our conscious awareness and control that influence much of our decision making. Ratliff is executive director of Project Implicit, a website where tests of millions of people have documented this phenomenon. Ratliff and her team are mining the data from Project Implicit to try to develop ways to reduce implicit bias in things like hiring decisions, medical treatments and the criminal justice system.

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Duane Mitchell

College of Medicine
Phyllis Kottler Friedman Professor of Neurosurgery

Duane Mitchell and his team are focused on using immunotherapy to treat some of the most aggressive brain cancers, especially in children, by prompting a patient’s own immune system to target malignant tumor cells. Mitchell is also director of UF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, where he leads the university’s efforts to translate scientific discoveries into diagnoses, treatments, preventions and cures for human disease.

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Jay Ritter

Warrington College of Business
Joseph B. Cordell Eminent Scholar of Finance

Pick up The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times or turn on CNBC or Bloomberg TV on any given day and if there’s a story about companies like Uber or Lyft or Pinterest or Airbnb going public, UF finance Professor Jay Ritter is likely to be quoted. The database of information about initial public offerings, 或首次公开发行(ipo), that Ritter has been building for over 40 has grown into an essential resource for journalists, investors, scholars and policy makers.

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Kate Ratliff

College of Liberal 艺术 and Sciences
Associate Professor of Psychology

Kate Ratliff is a world leader in our understanding of implicit bias, thoughts and feelings outside of our conscious awareness and control that influence much of our decision making. Ratliff is executive director of Project Implicit, a website where tests of millions of people have documented this phenomenon. Ratliff and her team are mining the data from Project Implicit to try to develop ways to reduce implicit bias in things like hiring decisions, medical treatments and the criminal justice system.

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