A new $15.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will produce a detailed design for the world's most powerful superconducting magnet at the Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.
Florida International University, the University of Central Florida and the University of South Florida — which together make up the Florida Consortium of Metropolitan Research Universities — have collectively received a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to form the Florida IT Graduation Attainment Pathways (Flit-GAP) program.
Since 2016, UNF’s Information Technology Services has partnered with the FBI Jacksonville Division to host the annual UNF-FBI Cyber Security Symposium.
Beginning this fall, current UF Health patients living in 13 rural Florida counties will have the option of conducting online medical visits from their local UF/IFAS Extension office. As part of the Rural Telehealth Initiative, a pilot program funded by a three-year USDA grant, these offices will be equipped with TytoCareTM telehealth kiosks that connect patients with their doctors in real time.
The University of Florida’s HiPerGator AI supercomputer has been named the one of the most powerful worldwide, according to rankings just released by TOP500, the most referenced global ranking of high-performance computing systems. The rankings mean UF is home to the most powerful university-owned supercomputer in the nation.
Business leaders from Florida’s information technology and cybersecurity industries, critical fields for Florida’s economy, joined the Board of Governors to discuss future talent needs and how the State University System can address those needs.
UF, USF, FIU, UCF, and FSU are recognized in the annual report published by the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) and the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) on top university patent holders.
USF is eighth among American public research universities and 15th among more than 1,000 universities worldwide in generating new, novel and useful inventions granted intellectual property protection from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
The certificate focuses on enhancing student knowledge in the realm of cybersecurity with specific focus in the healthcare industry. As technology becomes more of an integral piece of our everyday lives, a strong cybersecurity industry and workforce are the most important protections to keep financial and healthcare systems secure.
Greg Boebinger joins eight current and retired Florida State University faculty as members of a national academy, including current MagLab Chief Scientist Laura Greene.
Researchers created GatorTron™, an artificial intelligence transformer natural language processing model intended to accelerate research and medical decision-making by extracting insights from massive volumes of clinical data with unprecedented speed and clarity.
The University of North Florida’s College of Arts & Sciences and College of Education & Human Services recently received a VOYA Foundation grant for their Quantum Physics Secondary Professional Development project, a collaboration with Duval County Public Schools (DCPS).
If successful, the technology could enable future use of small satellites in multi-spacecraft flight formations and demonstrate its potential advantages in proximity operations such as rendezvous, docking and landing maneuvers.
Allison Wing, assistant professor of meteorology in the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science, will use the three-year, $539,000 award to develop a new set of tools that identify tropical disturbances.
In research highlighted this summer in Discover Magazine, university astrobiologist Manasvi Lingam (along with Harvard researcher Avi Loeb) studied how life might survive on a rogue planet via oceans prevalent underneath a thick layer of ice.
Florida Gulf Coast University is testing out a new technology that could clean up algae blooms in canals and marinas without using any chemicals.
From mobile electronics to space travel, the need for an energy source that is light, powerful and whose manufacturing doesn’t bring with it the environmental costs that batteries do is the focus of USF startup PolyMaterials App
A Florida State University researcher is leading a $4.4 million Department of Energy project to help create software that can take advantage of supercomputer capabilities and advance quantum information science.
The University of North Florida announced Aug. 9 it was awarded $5 million, the largest competitive grant in the school’s history, to participate in the Preventing Alzheimer’s with Cognitive Training study.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida have designed for the first time a nanoscale material that can efficiently split seawater into oxygen and a clean energy fuel — hydrogen.
Researchers are joining an ambitious global effort led by The Rockefeller Foundation to better track the coronavirus and its variants and set up a network of collaborators to stop any nascent pandemic in the future.
Professor Edwin Michael will develop a software system that teaches itself how to recognize the individual characteristics of airborne, waterborne and mosquito-borne diseases.
Scientists at the USF College of Marine Science who have used NASA satellite imagery to track Sargassum, a brown seaweed, for 20 years, are detecting record-high amounts in the Caribbean, central west Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico.
In a new study, researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Northeastern University in China, are collaborating to understand the effect of the magnetic field on the microstructure of magnetic materials.