Nanopore: The Hole Story

Posted on: Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Scientists at the University of Maryland have developed a tiny but powerful battery prototype, which uses a hole in a ceramic base for its innovative and unique design. The miniaturization of battery components and the race to develop faster-charging batteries took another step forward recently, when academics at the University of Maryland published a paper […]

Ocean Exploration Institute at FAU Harbor Branch Awarded $1.77 Million Grant

Posted on: Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

The Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research and Technology at FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute was awarded a $1.77 million grant from NOAA. The funding will allow CIOERT scientists to continue work in developing advanced underwater technologies, as well as exploring and researching regions of the eastern U.S. continental shelf and vulnerable deep and shallow […]

Osceola Partnership Could Fuel UCF Bid for $200 Million Photonics Manufacturing Institute

Posted on: Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

In a move that would secure Florida’s role as a national leader in photonics manufacturing, the University of Central Florida is competing for $200 million in federal and private funds to house a national Integrated Photonics Manufacturing Institute for Manufacturing Innovation. […]  

Tampa Bay Utility Is Installing Region’s Largest Solar Array At Tampa International Airport

Posted on: Monday, October 6th, 2014

Tampa’s electric utility is installing the equivalent of more than five football fields of solar panels at the Tampa International Airport, a project that will be the largest solar array in the Tampa region.Tampa Electric Co. is installing 280,000 square feet of solar panels on top of a parking garage at the airport, a 2-megawatt […]