These smart devices emerged when University of Florida students and professors took their ingenuity in the Internet of Things and applied it to COVID solutions.
U.S. News & World Report today named the University of Florida the No. 6 public university in the country, continuing the university’s upward trajectory and placing it on the cusp of reaching its top-five goal.
Two recently released national rankings recognized UF as continuing its momentum among the best in the country for value and quality.
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This fall’s event looks different, but still offers UF students in-person and virtual meetings with hundreds of employers from around the country.
Consumer sentiment among Floridians dipped for a consecutive month in August to 78.4, dropping 2.1 points from a revised figure of 80.5 in July.
As their inboxes filled up with replies to an accidental mass email, University of Florida students Elizabeth Gerace and Jessica Bailes got an idea: Turn the situation into a song.
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- The countries set to be hardest hit by Covid-19's impact on tourism CNN
- 14 famous companies that aren’t profitable Yahoo! Finance
- 'Mixed messages from Day One': Rising cases prove summer is no barrier to COVID-19 USA Today
- What if ‘herd immunity’ is closer than scientists thought? The New York Times
- USPS badly needs an overhaul, but not smack in the middle of the Trump-Biden campaign USA Today
- Could FedEx ease the US Postal Service's mail voting challenge? Shipping costs a hurdle The Tennessean
- Harris 'electrifies' West Indian voters — and gives Biden a new edge in Florida Politico
- Why is the US Postal Service's role in November's election under scrutiny? The Guardian
- Postal Service warns 46 states their voters could be disenfranchised by delayed mail-in ballots The Washington Post
- Voting by mail is popular in Florida, despite President Trump's criticisms USA Today
- The virus is killing young Floridians. Race is a big factor. The New York Times
- Where Americans can vote by mail in the 2020 elections The New York Times
- Coronavirus can travel much farther than 6 feet in certain indoor spaces, study finds Fox News
- Quarantines and closures as schools reopen across the U.S. NBC News
- Accuracy of U.S. coronavirus data thrown into question as decline in testing skews drop in new cases CNBC