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A new kind of tiny home that can resist hurricanes is set to officially launch in Tampa. AbleNook was originally developed by USF students as a way to help with disaster relief (WFTS).
Tampa-based Florida Funders will recruit investors and run the fund. The University of South Florida will provide "concierge-level" support (Tampa Bay Times / paywall).
November 29, 2019Entrepreneurship
The University of South Florida and University of Tampa's entrepreneurship programs have hit major milestones, according to the Princeton Review (Tampa Bay Business Journal).
November 13, 2019Entrepreneurship
The keynote speeches from NASA officials talked about the commercialization of space and opportunities for entrepreneurship, the research going on in zero-gravity environments and what it’s like to spend extended periods of time circling the earth for days on end (USF Newsroom).
Program cultivates students to forge new businesses, enhancing St. Petersburg’s culture of innovation (St. Pete campus).
Turning trash into fuel could potentially be a big part of achieving energy sustainability, and a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will help researchers associated with the College of Engineering further develop a process that produces diesel and jet fuel from garbage (USF Newsroom).
The Molekule Air Mini is a scaled-down version of its original purifier. Molekule announced the release of a smaller air purifier to go along with its original version released two years ago (Tampa Bay Times).
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