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December 11, 2017

  Research Florida celebrates research and innovation in the Sunshine State.

  • Finely Focused
    A Nobel Prize-winning German physicist brings his work - and the microscope he invented - to Florida. It's the only such microscope in the U.S.
  • Research across Florida 2017
    Researchers statewide are making headway into many areas of science. Read about UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute, where diseases like Zika are studied; FSU’s effort to study autism; the collaboration between the Mayo Clinic and Sanford Burnham Prebys to find a potential solution to Parkinson’s; and more!
  • Grants: Funding Florida's Research
    The National Science Foundation, which supports research and education involving science and engineering in non-medical fields, and the National Institutes of Health, the largest biomedical research agency in the world, provide funding for a number of projects statewide.

 

  Innovation Sponsors:  

AT&T Lead Sponsor
As a leader of technological innovation, AT&T knows what it takes to get our country ready for the future. And it begins with American Innovation. www.att.com
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

Allen, Dyer, Doppelt, Milbrath & Gilchrist
Fibernet Direct

FAU Florida Atlantic University
Florida Institute of Technology

Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital at Memorial
Nova

Port Everglades
Poynter Institute

Premier Eye Care
Sea Grant

UCF
University of Floridca

University Tampa
University of South Florida

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Taste, smell, swing and even swim at this Ice Cream Museum
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