And a $50 million gift to catalyze a $300 million transformation.
Objects printed in the lab so far are orders of magnitude softer than any man-made object.
Engineering and athletics team up for a better fan experience.
The funding includes almost $80 million for research at College of Engineering.
Our annual tailgate event will be held prior to the UF Homecoming game vs. Vanderbilt on November 7.
Mark Law is a Gator Engineering professor and the director of the UF Honors Program…but deep down, he’s just a guy who wants to sing you a big warm “Hello!”
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The Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment integrates civil, coastal, oceanographic, and environmental engineering sciences.
Register now - tickets are limited! This year's Gator Engineering Alumni Reunion will be held prior to the UF Homecoming game vs. Vanderbilt on November 7.
UF is a major player in the national brain research initiative, and Engineering has avital role.
Mark Law's love of creativity powered his role in pioneering the modern semiconductor - as well as his habit of breaking into song.