Thursday, June 20, 2019

Valencia College training center creates talent pipeline for smart-sensor hub

The ribbon was cut on April 13 to introduce the $75 million, 100,000-square-foot Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center in Osceola County. And its future workforce already is in training just two miles...

High-tech magnet school is the next step for Osceola County’s NeoCity

Osceola's 500-acre tech campus NeoCity, slated to be a place for high-tech development, also will be a key location for STEM education. Don Fisher, Osceola County manager, confirmed to the Orlando Business...

Telemedicine evolving, impacting health care of state’s over 65s

The Federal Communication Commission brought its Connect2HealthFCC task force to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville on Wednesday for a Broadband Health Summit. The message delivered by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, FCC commissioner...

UCF’s video game school ranks No. 1 in America

The University of Central Florida’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy in downtown Orlando was named the best video game graduate school in North America by the Princeton Review and PC Gamer magazine. The Princeton Review chose the...

MDC unveils animation, gaming center

Put down your controller. Pick up your pencil. The test is about to begin. Miami Dade College is launching a new academic program in animation and gaming at its downtown Wolfson Campus...

Boca coding school ‘gateway to technology field’

Tangy Frederick was headed in a different direction, but once she took a class in information technology she was hooked. So she enrolled in TechKnowledgy² Academy in Boca Raton, a 10-week course she...

Innovation Hub to double with federal grant and UF match

The University of Florida will double the size of the Florida Innovation Hub with another $8 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration, providing more space for technology companies to...

Code school opens enrollment for next class

The number of programs in the U.S. that teaches people to code on computers grew 36 percent in one year thanks to growing interest in technology-based companies and services. The Orlando site...

How businesses benefit when part of an innovative community

There’s tremendous buzz these days about innovation. Large companies try to kick-start sales with new state-of-the-art products, competing against startup businesses introducing truly groundbreaking offerings. Often, the big companies swallow the...

USF faculty member inducted into inventors Hall of Fame

Automotive pioneer Henry Ford, Nobel chemistry laureate Robert Grubbs and the University of South Florida’s Paul Sanberg, who has discovered novel approaches to drug and cell therapies to treat stroke and...
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