September 2018 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Ken Ford and the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition are famous for robotics and also a high-fat, no-carb ketogenic diet.
Florida companies, entrepreneurs and schools are all-in as commercial use of drones skyrocke7s.
Harris Corp. has abandoned its diversification strategy and become primarily a government contractor.
Stories include, ”Game of Tag,” how Nova’s Guy Harvey Research Institute/Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography has tagged 150 species of sharks.
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Up Front - Publisher's Column
Sarasota is Popping
The arts scene, the educational opportunities and the access to health care all make Sarasota County a desirable place to live and work.
David Lawrence Jr.
Lawrence is Chairman of the Children’s Movement of Florida and the former publisher of the Miami Herald.
Quint Studer is a former special education teacher from Wisconsin who moved into health care and came to Pensacola in 1996 when Baptist Hospital hired him as its administrator.
From Sarasota County’s northern border with Manatee to Charlotte County on its southern edge, signs of growth are everywhere.
Energy in Florida
Indian River State College has succeeded at supplying a new cohort of nuclear plant workers across the U.S. Plus, energy snapshots and TopRank lists of Florida utilities.
Critics question the motive behind Elisabeth Espinosa’s decision to run against circuit court judge David Miller.
Around the State
Hard Act to Follow
Micael Hausmann takes an innovative approach to theater in Miami.
Boca Raton-based VuPulse’s marketing platform analyzes consumer preferences and speeds consumers shopping online.
Tampa Bay Rays unveil new ballpark renderings.
Doctors' app gives families peace of mind.
Winn-Dixie's parent takes a new approach to its rewards program.
Two college programs target vets in need.
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