September 2020 Contents
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A small Daytona Beach company wants to provide new power to aircraft makers.
InfraSite Solutions builts retractable underground storage units for 5G equipment.
OceanBased Perpetual Energy has used 3 types of submerged turbines to generate power.
Florida universities punch above their weight turning research and innovation into new companies.
New science helps restore a vital part of ocean infrastructure.
Are CEOs from workin-class background less kind toward their employees?
Cannabix is working on a device that police could use to test drivers.
The Chinese love shark fin soup - will they eat less if they know it's full of mercury?
Sea Salads, Eye-balling Big Data, Farmer Bot, Virtual Learning for Surgeons and more.
The Strength of our Brand
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Opening Amid COVID
Some restaurateurs have decided the time is right to open a restaurant.
"Mullet is the fish that built Cortez. This is not a trash fish. This is a wonderful fish."
COVID - Some Perspective
Beyond politicized coverage, it's possible to say a few things that will hold up as we move forward.
Nursing Home Industry
Most long-term care facilities in Florida have had no COVID-19-related fatalities during the pandemic. But when the virus gets into a facility, the results can be disastrous.
Filling Tanks, Not Landfills
A group from USF has found a cheaper way to turn gasses from landfills into diesel fuel.
An attempt to sell public utility has spawned investigations and a lawsuit.
The Face of Florida
The evolution toward a population that's majority minority has accelerated since 2010.
Thirty-five miles of sand. Yes, Pinellas county boasts world-famous beaches that tourists travel hundreds of miles to experience.
Around the State
Legacy Hotel & Residences will include a 100K-sq.ft. medical center.
Knee Deep in COVID-19
Boca Biolistics is working with companeis seeking COVID treatments.
PODS founder starts "fetchable storage" enterprise.
Sky's the Limit
An Orlando app developer builds on his 50-million downloaded MyRadar.
"We're just trying ... to give musicians a chance to reach out to their fans."
Belmont Hall has room for 10 aspiring chefs.
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