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USF researchers use neuromarketing tools to assist Baycare Health System, national public health agencies to assess the impact of COVID-19 messaging
An interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of South Florida has pooled its expertise and resources in order to help influence the effectiveness of public health messaging related to COVID-19 (USF Newsroom).
Less than a year into their research, several projects from the first round of USF's COVID-19 Rapid Response Seed Grant Program have advanced to create new technologies to detect and fight the virus, as well as insights into the impact of the pandemic in our communities (USFRI News).
Innovations Magazine highlights groundbreaking research and new initiatives on USF’s St. Petersburg campus.
Learn how the campus adapted to college life in the age of COVID-19, how our community acted to address the nation's painful history of racism to create a better future, how cutting-edge research on climate change is helping local communities brace for its impacts and more (USF St. Petersburg campus)
A recent SpaceX launch took three satellites built by University of South Florida students to space on a communications mission (Fox 13).
USF Molecular Medicine Professor Gloria Ferreira and College of Engineering Professor Stephen Saddow have been chosen as new Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, one of the nation’s most prestigious organizations recognizing leaders in medical and biological engineering innovation.
The National Academy of Inventors has named to its new class of Senior Members five USF faculty members who have devoted their careers to inventing high-tech tools for a myriad of applications and blazing a trail for the next generation of innovators.
While the University of Florida, with its 168-year history, has long been heralded as a standard for higher education innovation, the University of South Florida is making gains that could soon put the two on equal footing (Tampa Bay Business Journal / paywall).
Cutting-edge innovations to fight disease, enhance learning win USF’s Excellence in Innovation Awards
Faculty inventors who created new technologies and applications to address COVID-19, malaria and literacy barriers are lauded in annual awards (USFRI Newsroom).
Three of the 143 satellites aboard spaceflight company SpaceX’s first dedicated rideshare mission were engineered by students and faculty at the USF Institute of Applied Engineering (College of Engineering).
Doctors at USF Health are working on a test that could predict how bad your reaction will be to the coronavirus before you even develop any symptoms. USF Health hopes to have trials started by this year (ABC Action News).
USF researcher’s exploration of toxic Tiger Rattlesnake venom advances application of genetic science techniques
In deciphering a simple, but particularly deadly venom, the research opens avenues for exploration of how genes produce traits (USF Newsroom).
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