October 21, 2021

Lilly Rockwell

Former Florida Trend Associate Editor • lrockwell@floridatrend.com

Lilly Rockwell
Lilly Rockwell

Lilly Rockwell became an associate editor for Florida Trend in late 2011. Prior to working for Trend, Rockwell covered education as a political reporter for the News Service of Florida and worked as a staff writer for Tallahassee and 850 magazines. A Texas native and University of Texas graduate, Rockwell was a business reporter for the Austin American-Statesman before moving to Florida in 2009. She lives in Tallahassee with her husband and stepdaughter, where she enjoys long-distance running, reading and mentoring with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Articles by Rockwell:

A Better Tomato - Harry Klee
Professor of molecular biology and horticulture science, University of Florida
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Study of Taste - Linda Bartoshuk
Professor of food science and human nutrition, and director of human research, Center for Smell and Taste, University of Florida
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Dark Lightning - Joseph Dwyer
Professor of physics and space sciences, Florida Institute of Technology
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Group Dynamics - Neil Johnson
Physics professor, University of Miami
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Funding Bing Energy
Bing Energy — founded on the work of FSU researchers — offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.
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Buckypaper
Bing Energy — founded on the work of FSU researchers — offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.
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Fuel Cell Science
Bing Energy — founded on the work of FSU researchers — offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.
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A new kind of hybrid
Bing Energy — founded on the work of FSU researchers — offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.
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Hydrogen Hopes
Bing Energy — founded on the work of FSU researchers — offers a tantalizing glimpse into a hydrogen-powered future.
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Florida's unfriendly skies
Within Florida, the drive-or-fly decision can be problematic, particularly when it comes to traveling to Tallahassee.
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