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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted an investigational device exemption for the first-in-human trial with this technology. The system was developed at Florida International University by Ranu Jung and her Adaptive Neural Systems Laboratory team.
Neonatal experts in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine are partnering with facial expression recognition experts in the USF College of Engineering to build data that combines known information collected through facial expression recognition capabilities and the known information from nurses who have years of training and on-the-job experience using the neonatal infant pain scale (NIPS).
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The University of Central Florida recently became the first public university in the state to offer students neurofeedback therapy, a treatment for various mental-health disorders that helps patients gain more control over their brain activity.
The Black Television News Channel (BTNC) will be the first 4K Ultra HD newsgathering and production infrastructure of its kind.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security have designated Florida A&M University (FAMU) as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education through 2022.
Though seven years have passed since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill dominated Floridians' attention, the event is still on the surface of Steve Murawski's mind nearly every day.
The Florida State University Libraries’ Office of Digital Research and Scholarship is proud to announce the publishing of its first book-length publication, hosted by the Libraries’ open access publishing program.
USF Integrative Biology Professor Phil Motta is known worldwide for his expertise on sharks and rays, and in recent years his research has focused on form, function and evolution of how sharks feed. To do that, Dr. Motta and his students go where few would dare – into the mouths of sharks to measure the bite force of difference species.
Many police officers will tell you the riskiest parts of their job are responding to domestic violence calls and making traffic stops.
Massive seagrass beds in Western Australia’s Shark Bay have showed little recovery from a devastating 2011 heat wave, according to a new study.
Be skeptical of ads declaring you can rev up your brain’s performance by challenging it with products from the growing brain-training industry.
Science does not support many of the claims.
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have found a way to tether HIV-fighting antibodies to immune cells, creating a cell population resistant to the virus. Their experiments under lab conditions show that these resistant cells can quickly replace diseased cells, potentially curing the disease in a person with HIV.
A University of Central Florida researcher has received $400,000 from Florida’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Technologies grant program to simplify the manufacturing process and efficiency of solar cells.
Within the last three years, USF biomedical scientist Sami Noujaim, PhD, lost his older brother to sudden cardiac death and his 80-year-old father was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation.
The School District of Palm Beach County has been named by The National Association for Music Merchants (NAMM) as a Best Communities for Music Education.
FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – Bacteria are everywhere. And despite widespread belief, not all bacteria are “bad.” However, to combat those that can cause health issues for humans, there has been an over-reliance on the use of antibiotics – so much so, that many of them are now proving ineffective due to bacteria developing increased resistance to them.