Monthly Archives: February 2016

The market is showing an interest in technology developed through the University of South Florida that can instantly determine whether a grouper is really a grouper. In the future, similar technology may signal whether wild-caught shrimp, tuna and red snapper live up to their claims, and even whether that glop… Read More
University of South Florida will establish a program to help undergraduates prepare to launch successful and sustaining businesses, through a $2.9 million gift from a pair of Naples entrepreneurs. Read More
As the U.S. Special Operations Command guy in charge of equipping the nation's special ops forces with the best possible — best imagined — tools to do their dangerous jobs, James "Hondo" Geurts was not satisfied. Read More
UT student John Publicover’s business, Storedby, was awarded Best Business Concept in the inaugural Governor’s Cup of Florida Business Model Competition.                   The Governor’s Cup was sponsored by the Roundtable of Entrepreneurship Educators of Florida (REEF). REEF is an organization that unites educators, thought leaders and students throughout Florida’s higher… Read More
Five research teams led by University of South Florida faculty members have each been awarded $50,000 grants as part of the 2016 Florida Center for Cybersecurity (FC2) Seed Grant Program. A total of $500,000 in research grants were awarded Wednesday to ten teams representing eight institutions from Florida’s State University… Read More
The Helen Gordon Davis Centre for Women this week announced it will expand services in Pinellas County through St. Petersburg College's Women on the Way program. The Hillsborough County center — named for the longtime Tampa legislator who died last year — is a nonprofit that helps area women succeed… Read More
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Antonio Paris, a scientist at the Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa, may have found what caused the famous “Wow! Signal” that has captivated astronomers for decades and is seen by some as the strongest clue ever that alien life exists.  In 1977, an astronomer in Ohio spotted a… Read More
Students at USF will have an opportunity to experience more than 170 technological demonstrations packed into a three-story truck during a special event on the Tampa campus from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25.   As part of its Smarter World Tour, international technology company NXP Semiconductors… Read More
Look up in the air anywhere in the Tampa Bay area. What are you seeing? Birds? Planes? Blimps? Yes, yes, yes, and also, drones -- or unmanned aircraft systems, to give the technical name. Drones and unmanned aerial vehicles are just a few of the common terms used to describe… Read More