April 17, 2014

University Snapshots

Anuradha Godavarty, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Florida International University's College of Engineering and Computing, is looking for funding to commercialize a portable optical imaging device.

Private Institutes

Torrey Pines Institute has formed a research collaboration with Envoy Therapeutics, a subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceuticals.

One for the Birds

Archbold Biological Station draws scientists from all over the world but has remained low-profile inside Florida.

Tech Transfer Gurus

The University of Florida's new Innovation Hub aims to create 'collision' among entrepreneurs.

Fast-Tracking Research

Researchers working on disease cures want their work to go from lab to bedside as quickly as possible.

[Photo is of Dr. Eckhard Podack]
 

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