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.
In Bhuvaneswari Ramachandran’s hometown in India, power went out for a week as rain pelted the region. But it was monsoon season, when blackouts are a regular occurrence.
About 25 students milled around the lawn outside the University of West Florida Center for Fine and Performing Arts Nov. 20 offering suggestions and asking questions as they created a one-fifth scale model of a medieval cathedral.
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.
When St. Augustine needed a solution for how to maintain and manage its state-owned historic properties, a successful model was already in place to follow in Pensacola under the stewardship of the University of West Florida.
Sept. 30 is the final deadline for those wishing to submit projects for RESTORE funding. With only two weeks left to apply, one group of residents is proposing an innovative solution to address downtown Pensacola’s stormwater problems.
In Escambia County, children born to minority parents are more than twice as likely as their white peers to die before their first birthday.
A mobile app developed by researchers at the University of West Florida is helping to make history more accessible, relevant and lucrative. That was the upshot of a roundtable discussion held Aug. 19 at the Voices of Pensacola Multicultural Center, in downtown Pensacola.
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.