TAMPA, Fla. (May 12, 2017) – Researchers at the University of South Florida show in a new study that bone marrow stem cell transplants helped improve motor functions and nervous system conditions in mice with the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) by repairing damage to the blood-spinal cord barrier.
The USF Health Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology was one of eight programs across the country selected to be highlighted in a television film series produced by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).
FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – They are two of the biggest challenges facing public school districts and institutions of higher learning: the ever-growing public school teacher shortage and helping college/university graduates find gainful employment.
Nova Southeastern University is making a concerted effort to increase awareness of the problem. As part of that initiative, Greg Wright, a multimedia producer in NSU’s Office of Innovation and Information Technology, created a public service announcement (PSA) that was recognized recently with a Telly Award, one of the most sought after honors in the TV industry.
Two companies born from Florida State University research are among those highlighted in a new report from the university research advocacy group The Science Coalition. The report, “American-Made Innovation Sparking Economic Growth” identifies 102 companies that trace their roots to federally funded university research. In particular, the report mentions two companies that have commercialized Florida State University research.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Drones are being used more and more for first responders, and this week firefighters and police officers from around the state trained on the best ways unmanned aerial vehicles can be used in emergency situations.
It’s the first-ever drone use for first responders class at Florida State College at Jacksonville’s Fire Academy of the South.