For the third time, the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA) has awarded its highest honor – the Randall M. Whaley Incubator of the Year award – to UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech.
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After a marginal gain in May, consumer sentiment among Floridians soared 6.1 points in June to 82.7 from May’s revised figure of 76.6. Similarly, national consumer sentiment increased 5.8 points.
After two months of unprecedented declines, consumer confidence among Floridians inched up one-tenth of a point in May to 76.4 from April’s revised figure of 76.3. Similarly, consumer sentiment at the national level increased slightly.
Moving forward on its sweeping vision to transform the future of education through artificial intelligence (AI), the University of Florida is collaborating with technology company NVIDIA to acquire the world’s most advanced AI system to boost the performance of UF’s powerful supercomputer.
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- U.S. hospitals in hard hit regions step up use of steroids on sickest COVID-19 patients Reuters
- Shark attacks have dropped worldwide. The reason? It's likely due to the coronavirus. USA Today
- Arizona and Florida report record-high single-day increases in coronavirus cases CNBC
- Unemployment in Florida hits record high, but peak may be near USA Today
- University of Florida bans 'Gator bait' cheer because of racist history of phrase Los Angeles Times
- Fired Florida data scientist launches a coronavirus dashboard of her own NPR
- Biden and Trump both warn the other side may 'steal' the election, as the debate over mail voting rages USA Today
- Protests: Why are some white people randomly gifting black people money? USA Today
- Fact check: Bill Gates is not planning to microchip the world through a COVID-19 vaccine USA Today
- Bringing America Back: Struggles for minority-owned businesses, voting concerns and more to know ABC News
- U.S. pressure could accelerate growth for markets in Greater China CNBC
- A North Carolina professor who sparked outrage with his tweets still has his job. Why? It's called the First Amendment. USA Today
- ZoomInfo’s IPO garnered high praise. It also left $576 million on the table Fortune