Tampa Bay Technology Forum’s (TBTF) annual Professional Women’s Network (PWN) panel luncheon is less than a week away.  Tampa Bay is home to some of the most powerful and influential women in technology, a number of whom will be showcased at this event. Read More
“Jia you!” I’d hear before a test, or when I was struggling to convey even simple messages in Mandarin. “gee-ah yo!” I’d mimic when my Chinese friends were despondent before exams. Read More
The University of South Florida System will host a STEM Summit, featuring a variety of esteemed panelists, from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30 at the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) in downtown Tampa. Read More
Students looking for technology in their summer camps can find it at Hillsborough Community College campus in Brandon. Read More
University commits to encouraging women to pursue advanced fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through interdisciplinary learning to become innovative problem-solvers and high-tech professionals. Read More
Pasco County public school students have faced increasing requirements to behave properly in the digital world, since the district began letting them use their own cell phones and other electronic devices in classrooms five years ago. Read More
Amid a flurry of activity punctuated by the buzz of power drills and a working band saw, Allysa Allen, 17, slid her safety glasses up from her face and took stock of the cooperative effort going on in the River Ridge High School Academy of Engineering classroom and workshop. 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
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