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USF receives $1 million grant to increase research, talent pipeline on aging

Students will learn about brain health, geriatric medicine and have access to internships and scholarships with the new donation (Tampa Bay Business Journal / paywall).

November 22, 2021Health, Research

NSF Director, Nobel Laureate, NASA Astronaut and Moderna Co-Founder Headline Conference of Inventor Notables

The Tenth Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Inventors hosted Renowned Researchers, Policymakers, and Academic Leaders in Tampa, FL.

November 17, 2021Innovation

Sylvia Wilson Thomas named interim VP of Research & Innovation

USF President Rhea Law has named College of Engineering Professor Sylvia Wilson Thomas, a pioneering researcher whose national leadership and advocacy is opening the field of engineering to historically underrepresented students, as interim vice president for USF Research & Innovation.

November 17, 2021Innovation

USF physicists selected as finalists for the ‘Nobel Prize of supercomputing’

A team of computational physicists and computer scientists led by researchers from the University of South Florida has reached a new milestone in supercomputing and was selected as a finalist for the field’s most prestigious award.

November 16, 2021Honors and Awards, Innovation, Research

Tech CEOs credit USF talent pipeline for decision to expand and relocate to Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay is one of the nation’s fastest growing regions and much of that success is associated with the talent pipeline created by the University of South Florida.

November 15, 2021Entrepreneurship, Innovation

Tampa Electric looks to partnership with USF to achieve a clean energy vision

Tampa Electric Co. (TECO) will turn to expertise from the University of South Florida (USF) to help the company achieve its short- and long-term goals for reducing carbon emissions.

November 9, 2021Innovation

New solar array to be installed on roof of Tampa Convention Center, officials say

The City of Tampa, TECO, and the University of South Florida are taking a big step on the path to cleaner energy. Part of their strategy to achieve this goal is to invest in the University of South Florida’s research into clean energy (News Channel 8).

November 8, 2021Innovation

USF Health Research Day to return as in-person event

Mark your calendar for USF Health Research Day 2022 — the largest interdisciplinary research gathering of faculty, students and staff across multiple colleges.

November 5, 2021Health, Research

Holes and headaches exposed in audit of global ocean observing systems

A recent study was conducted by a team of oceanographers, including Research Associate Enrique Montes and Professor Frank Muller-Karger from the USF College of Marine Science.

November 4, 2021Global Research, Research

USF Coral Researcher Part of Breakthrough Effort to Restore Endangered Reefs

A national team of coral experts that includes USF Integrative Biology Assistant Professor John Parkinson have published a breakthrough study identifying colonies of heat-resistant coral that might give the world’s reefs a fighting chance (USFRI Newsroom).

November 4, 2021Research

Ultra-fast manufacturing technology invented at USF

The printing technique has broad applications, such as in health monitoring, prosthetics, and robotics (Today's Medical Developments).

November 4, 2021Innovation

Engineers Invent Ultra-Fast Manufacturing Technology

The technique could forever change the production of wearable electronic sensors (Manufacturing Business Technology).

November 3, 2021Innovation


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