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Is Florida cool enough for next generation?

March 9, 2010
biotech

In an attempt to add geek chic to Florida’s list of attractions, the state’s taxpayers have spent $1.5 billion to …Click Here to Read More


New FAU leader envisions greatness

March 8, 2010
biotech

Florida Atlantic University may have its share of problems, but it also has enormous potential in the eyes of its …Click Here to Read More


UF biomimicry results in extreme hydrophobic surface

March 6, 2010
biotech

Engineering researchers have crafted a flat surface that refuses to get wet. Water droplets skitter across it like ball bearings …Click Here to Read More


Pharma Watchdog Needs Your Help With Incriminating Documents

March 4, 2010
biotech

The Drug Industry Data Archive’s manager is hoping to crowdsource the uploading of incriminating documents involved in lawsuits.




Georgia has eye on biotech

March 4, 2010
biotech

How do we build up our biotech industry? It should be a more powerful job creator here, given all of …Click Here to Read More


Sherry Snyder, founder of Genzyme, comments on OPPAGA report

March 3, 2010
biotech

The Palm Beach Post published an article referencing a study by the Legislature’s Office of Program Policy Analysis Government Accountability, …Click Here to Read More


Crist pushes biotech in state-of-the-state

March 3, 2010
biotech

Florida’s economy has long relied on the twin blessings of agriculture and tourism, bringing a combined economic impact of more …Click Here to Read More


UCF confirms Planar Energy battery claims

March 2, 2010
energy

Researchers at the University of Central Florida’s (UCF) Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center (AMPAC)) have verified findings by Planar …Click Here to Read More


Discovery in legumes could reduce fertilizer use, aid environment: Stanford researchers

March 1, 2010
biotech

[NEWS]

Contact: Louis Bergeron louisb3@stanford.edu 650-725-1944 Stanford University Nitrogen is vital for all plant life, but increasingly the planet is paying a heavy price for the escalating use of nitrogen fertilizer. Excess nitrogen from fertilizer runoff into rivers and lakes causes algal blooms that create oxygen-depleted dead zones…