Monday, September 16, 2019

The Iron Yard closing all code schools, including Orlando’s

A national coding school is closing all of its locations, including one in downtown Orlando. Leaders at The Iron Yard, a Greenvile, S.C.,-based company with 15 locations across the U.S., said in...

FIU professor launches app to tackle kids language development issue

A professor at Miami’s Florida International University has created a mobile application to address vocabulary deficiencies in children from low-income families. Called Háblame Bebé (or Talk to Me, Baby), the app targets a phenomenon...

Local artists learn business skills at TEC Garage

Creative Pinellas and TEC Garage are collaborating on a program to help artists and creative professionals learn the entrepreneurial skills needed to be successful in today’s marketplace. Thanks to funding from Creative...

USF’s latest award signals a path to preeminence

The University of South Florida is one of three universities being honored this month for its work improving graduation rates among students. USF will receive a Retention Excellence Award at the National...

USF patents: Local scientists pursue innovations to make our lives better

University of South Florida researchers have found a way to help reduce waste associated with the U.S. production of natural gas. By simplifying the conversion of gas to liquid, methane gas...

How a change in the way USF promotes faculty and staff is playing out...

More patents were issued to University of South Florida than any other Florida university in 2016. With 114 new utility patents issued last year, USF ranked first among Florida universities and No....

Kissimmee sensor facility partners with school to encourage STEM

Some soon-to-be 11th graders in Osceola County will be part of the first group of students to get an inside look at a sensor research facility in Kissimmee next month. It will be a test run...
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