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February 12, 2016

UF physicists help prove Einstein was right

Gravitational waves do exist.

Flesh, blood and plastic

The importance of patient simulators in medical training.

[Photo: Mark Wemple]

Spotlight on St. Petersburg

Read "The Changing Face of Paradise"

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Secrets of a good winelist

Chris Sherman on the features that make a winelist great. First in a series of installments -- see more every Friday through February.

Florida's budget talks

Florida's House and Senate are $1 billion apart.

[Photo: Scott Keeler/Tampa Bay Times]

Florida Business News

UF scientists instrumental in confirming 100-year-old Einstein theory

It's a cosmic breakthrough: For the first time, physicists have detected gravitational waves from violent black-hole mergers, 100 years after Einstein predicted them.

Zika puts a scare into companies doing business in the Americas

South Florida is home to more than 1,400 multinationals with employees who travel frequently through the Americas.

Florida medical marijuana market could be $1.5 billion industry by 2020

If you’re wondering why there’s so much legal fighting over medical marijuana licenses in Florida, there’s a billion-dollar answer.

Fantasy sports companies defend embattled industry

Daily fantasy sports companies say their industry remains viable despite a rocky start to 2016.

2015 home sales in Gainesville highest since the '06 crash

Gainesville home sales for 2015 reached the highest level since 2006, the year the housing market started its crash.

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