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March 26, 2019

  Research Florida celebrates research and innovation in the Sunshine State.

  • High Tech, Low-Carb
    Ken Ford and the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition are famous for robotics and also a high-fat, no-carb ketogenic diet.
  • Droning On
    Florida companies, entrepreneurs and schools are all-in as commercial use of drones skyrockets.
  • Playing to Its Strengths
    Harris Corp. has abandoned its diversification strategy and become primarily a government contractor.
  • Research Across Florida 2018
    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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WWII Eau Gallie B-24 bomber crash that killed 10 airmen marks 75th anniversary
WWII Eau Gallie B-24 bomber crash that killed 10 airmen marks 75th anniversary

South Florida Historical Society Secretary James Cox has researched the story of a B-24 bomber that crashed in Eau Gallie in March 1944.

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