October 2023 Contents
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Over 2 million Floridians live in condos subject to a reinspection law passed in the wake of the Champlain Towers South collapse. The price of keeping safe might cost some their homes.
Years before the collapse of Champlain Towers South, developers of luxury condos were zeroing in on aging towers in prime locations.
Robert Marcos' company designs and customizes smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices to serve the needs of a range of industries.
Jacksonville's first female mayor is a three-time cancer survivor. She assists others battling the disease through her foundation and made health equity a top priority as mayor.
The Promise Fund non-profit has a patient navigator model that matches patients with personal health care advocates.
A USF study aims to support relationships between Latina breast cancer survivors and their partners.
Breast cancer mortality rates in Florida have fallen by nearly 45% over the past two decades.
Fewer than 10% of adult patients with cancer participate in oncology treatment trials.
Breast cancer treatment can take a toll on the heart. Florida clinicians and researchers are focused on ways to mitigate the threat.
A large solution to Florida’s workforce needs can be found through its 28 state colleges.
"When I was 8-years old, I knew every Glenn Miller song."
Through the Grapevine
Lori Halbert and Jason Steele see a kinder way forward, for people and the planet.
Lionel Messi has sparked a one-man economic and cultural wave since joining Inter Miami. With World Cup games coming to Miami in 2026, Messi Mania is just getting started.
At Beacon College in Leesburg, students navigate learning differences and disabilities to earn a college degree and prepare for a career.
Florida’s manufacturing sector can create outsized impact on the economy as goods flow from facilities to market.
Florida State Colleges
Members of the Florida College System put students to work with the help of industry partners and a focus on the power of immediate job preparation.
Around the State
"Uniforms and Unicors" salutes the bicentennial of the establishment of both Monroe County and Key West's naval base.
Miami-Dade County commissioners approved two major projects that will renovate key airport infrastructure.
Sewage Fuels Brown Tide
A recent FAU study added to evidence that the root cause of Indian River Lagoon nitrogen pollution is homeowners' septic systems.
Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties has never been so busy.
Tracking Close Encounters
Reserchers have developed a new way to count and analyze encounters between drones and airplanes.
Rolling in Dough
Veronica Anderson's baking side hustle turned into a brick-and-mortar business.
A Bridge Too Far
An appeals court has upheld a ruling that Skanska was negligent in its Hurricane Sally response.
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