Professor and post doctoral scholar work on project in the lab.

Youngil Lee Explores Many Benefits of Exercise

Dr. Youngil Lee spends weekday mornings teaching University of West Florida students. He spends many afternoons in his molecular and cellular exercise physiology laboratory located in the Department of Exercise Science and Community Health.

Students dissect lionfish to look for prey items during marine biology class.

Researchers, Restaurateurs Tackle Lionfish Problem

While it may be beautiful in a home aquarium, the aggressive and fast-reproducing lionfish is wreaking havoc in the ocean ecosystem and endangering reef habitats.

Graduate student Maddeline Voas 3D prints a sacrum with spina bifida at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida.

UWF Uses 3-D Technology To Recreate History

Hours after the discovery of a new species of human ancestor was announced, Dr. Kristina Killgrove was able to put replicas of bones from the landmark archaeological find in the hands of her students.

Pensacola Beach, June 23th 2010.

Oil Spill-Related Research Dollars Drive New Understanding of Gulf

In 1989, the California-bound Exxon Valdez oil tanker struck a reef in Prince William Sound and over several days dumped the largest volume of oil ever released into U.S. waters.