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USF ranks among academic world leaders in U.S. patent production

For eighth consecutive year, USF is in the Top 20 of innovative global institutions; Top 10 of U.S. public university patent producers.

June 2, 2020Research and Innovation

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Five USF Faculty Elected Senior Members of the National Academy of Inventors

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named five USF faculty members who have distinguished themselves in the fields of health and energy innovation to the February 2020 class of NAI Senior Members.

February 11, 2020Honors and Awards

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Two USF Faculty Members Named New National Academy of Inventors Fellows

The National Academy of Inventors announced Tuesday that University of South Florida faculty members Dr. Samuel Wickline, a pioneer in nanotechnology targeting heart disease and other disorders, and Dr. Fred Leonberger, whose discoveries in fiber optics drove the development of the modern communications industry, are new 2019 Fellows.

December 5, 2019Honors and Awards

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National Academy of Inventors Selects Five USF Faculty as Senior Members

Five University of South Florida faculty members whose innovative work spans neurosciences to clean energy to engineering and pharmaceutical chemistry have been named by the National Academy of Inventors to its new class of Senior Members.

August 13, 2019Honors and Awards, Research and Innovation, University News

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