February 2023 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Janet Petro is steering Kennedy Space Center through a new era of commercial space flight and the nation's return to the moon.
An experimental, highly targeted radiation therapy shows promise.
A University of Miami cardiologist is studying how cannabis use in HIV patients affects the heart.
Trends in heart transplantation raise hopes that supply can better meet demand.
New research recognizes the extra risks associated with cancer in cardiac patients.
New CT scan technology helps avoid unnecessary heart catheterizations.
Remote rehabilitation after a heart procedure fills in the gaps for patients who lack access to care.
Lee Health's vice president of cardiovascular services talks about trends, symptoms and access.
A Cleveland Clinic cardiologist offers tips for preventing heart problems.
A Life Raft for Women
Two psychiatrists make strides in mental health services for women.
I had the distinct honor of delivering the commencement address at FSC.
"I grew up with permission to be the person that I needed to be."
A Side of Success
AMIkids Tampa will include culinary training in its education options.
Climate & Energy
Projects around the state are enlisting Floridians in conserving natural resources under mounting pressure.
A solar microgrid project in one neighborhood provides relieve when the power goes off.
Technology is helping to keep nearby waterways cleaner.
Jane Gilber's job is to mitigate Miami's heat.
Amid changing tastes, innovation is one way out of the rough for golf in Florida.
Many golfers consider World Woods' courses some of the state's most beautiful.
Around the State
A new strawberry developed at UF with a distince pale color becomes a national sensation.
Miami's office market gains top status among investors.
Smart City Tech
Ubicquia makes it possible for cities and utilities to accelerate 5G deployment.
Solar Earth has embedded solar panels in sidewalks near a downtown Tampa intersection.
Health Care House Calls
Seminole County Fire Department is using paramedics to help fill health care gaps.
Med School at JU
Jacksionville University and LECOM partner for osteopathic medicine program.
Drones to the Rescue
UWF professor has developed a new model for small drones to assist response teams.
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