July 30, 2014

Research & Development

Florida's I-4 corridor is a high tech hotbed

Tourism, retirees and agriculture might have put Florida on the map, but the state is also becoming a mecca for high-tech industry. Read more »
Published on 9/10/2013

Space Coast: High Tech Hotbed

Melbourne, Titusville, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast - Aviation, Avionics & Aerospace Read more »
Published on 9/10/2013

Central Florida: High Tech Hotbed

Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole Counties - Modeling, Simulation, Training; Optics & Photonics; Digital Media/Interactive Entertainment; Life Science/Biotech/Medical Read more »
Published on 9/10/2013

Tampa Bay: High Tech Hotbed

Clearwater/Tampa/St. Petersburg - Marine Science, Defense Bioscience/Medical Technologies, Financial Services, Information Technology Read more »
Published on 9/10/2013

Alachua County: High Tech Hotbed

Gainesville - Bioscience/Medical Technologies, Information Technology Read more »
Published on 9/10/2013

Carol Craig is Making Opportunities

Best Small Company employees answer the question, "What do you like best about your company?" Read more »
Published on 7/25/2013

Draken International

Looking for a MiG-21 fighter jet with a top speed of Mach 2? Read more »
Published on 7/11/2013

Florida's talent pool is too lightweight

Florida, with the nation's fourth-largest economy, has about 18,600 Ph.D. scientists and engineers in its public and private sectors combined... Read more »
Published on 6/18/2013

Drumming up support for a commercial spaceport

Space Florida, the state's aerospace economic development agency, continues to work for a commercial launch site just north of the Kennedy Space Center. Read more »
Published on 6/14/2013

Overreach at the University of Miami?

UM had to restructure its huge investment in health care and life sciences but makes no apologies for its ambitions. Read more »
Published on 6/11/2013

Private Institutes

Scripps Research Institute, Sanford-Burnham, Torrey Pines and Max Planck Read more »
Published on 5/31/2013

UF's Innovation Hub nurturing tech gurus

The University of Florida's new Innovation Hub aims to create ‘collision' among entrepreneurs. Read more »
Published on 5/31/2013

Fast-Tracking Research

In 1993, Norma Sue Kenyon, an immunologist who had done diabetes-related research for the University of Miami... Read more »
Published on 5/31/2013

One for the Birds

Archbold Biological Station draws scientists from all over the world but has remained low-profile inside Florida. Read more »
Published on 5/31/2013

University Snapshots

Portable Imaging, The Gold Standard, Shelter Solution, Mad Cow Disease Detection and Neural Protection Read more »
Published on 5/31/2013

UltraTech

UltraTech International co-President Mark Shaw managed to make spill containment sound sexy during a talk he gave at the TED technology conference earlier this year. Read more »
Published on 5/8/2013

Didrick Medical X-Finger

The X-Finger is a finalist for the Cade Museum Prize Read more »
Published on 5/7/2013

Medical Math: Mathematicians doing cancer research

In a few years, a mathematician may be part of every medical team that treats a cancer patient. Read more »
Published on 5/6/2013

Flying high on renewable biofuel

When a Falcon 20 commercial jet flying over Canada's capital city of Ottawa recently logged the first-ever civilian flight powered by 100% renewable biofuel, the trip marked a triumphant conclusion to six years of research at the Panama City offices of Applied Research Associates. Read more »
Published on 3/21/2013

Prevacus

Neuroscientist Jacob VanLandingham, an assistant professor at Florida State University's college of medicine, began research in 2004 to develop a drug to treat concussions... Read more »
Published on 2/22/2013

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