July 23, 2014

Friday's Daily Pulse

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| 8/30/2013

› MDC seek public-private partnership to develop medical campus site
Miami Dade College is seeking to develop a mixed-use project on its medical campus through a public-private partnership. The college is seeking letters of interest from the private sector by a Dec. 6 deadline. Forms are available at www.mdc.edu/purchasing/bids.asp.

› Royal Caribbean will send second cruise ship to Port of Tampa in 2014
Royal Caribbean International announced Thursday that it will expand its cruise offerings out of the Port of Tampa next year when a second ship, the Vision of the Seas, begins trips to the Caribbean.

› Palm Beach billionaire Ross co-founds shipping company
Looking to capitalize on a sector that’s growing in Florida ports, Palm Beach billionaire Wilbur Ross is part of a group that founded a dry bulk shipping company in Bermuda.

› NASA enlists UF faculty to develop small satellite technology
Mechanical and aerospace engineering and astronomy faculty members at the University of Florida have been selected to work with NASA’s Langley Research Center on navigation and guiding systems for small satellites.

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