.@UFTheHub alum @pheronym has developed biopesticides that use #pheromones to control parasitic #nematodes, improve #soil health, & protect #crops for better yield! 🌱
Check out this exciting #technology highlighted by @SuccessfulFarm! 🌾
➡️ https://t.co/QUEfBOS8iC pic.twitter.com/OTuTBUbNFg
— UF Innovate | The Hub (@UFTheHub) January 6, 2021
.@UFTheHub resident company @satlantis_ is leading a European project to place high-resolution cameras in space for a maritime surveillance system! 📷 🌌
The system will monitor the coastline through the Mediterranean 🌊
➡️ https://t.co/gi0rFm6J3D pic.twitter.com/4H3WUz5rZy
— UF Innovate | The Hub (@UFTheHub) December 31, 2020
Congrats to @UFTheHub alum @pheronym for signing a 5-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the @USDA👏
This CRADA supports @pheronym's goal of commercial manufacturing its sustainable, eco-friendly approach to pest control! 👉 https://t.co/kr3vM8uWgE pic.twitter.com/4xVyB8MrYY
— UF Innovate | The Hub (@UFTheHub) December 17, 2020
Watch @UFTheHub #stars Jim Bowie, Mattrix Technologies, @Feathr & many more #HubSweetHome companies speaking in the @startupgnv #GreaterGainesville video!
This week celebrate the strength and community mindset of #tech and #startup companies!🎉
— UF Innovate | The Hub (@UFTheHub) December 1, 2020
Check out @UFTheHub featured in the 1st volume of the INNOVATE® Gainesville book 🤩
"We're providing a portal for our client startups to access @UF's plethora of services and expertise" –@ProfLong.
Read about @UFTheHub & Gainesville's innovation here: https://t.co/34pyBBrOHC pic.twitter.com/B5bkFNTfN1
— UF Innovate | The Hub (@UFTheHub) November 27, 2020
Artificial Intelligence in #Nephrology: Researchers @Parisa__Rashidi and @AzraBihorac describe key advances in recent AI research which seek to improve diagnosis and predictions for acute and chronic kidney diseases.
— UF Intelligent Health Systems Lab (@UFiHealLab) January 14, 2021
— UF Intelligent Health Systems Lab (@UFiHealLab) January 8, 2021
Have you ever wondered why electrical outlets abroad look different from country to country? @UFWarrington's Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury writes for @ConversationUS on the history of innovative power plugs across the globe.
— UF Research (@UFExplore) January 6, 2021
In an important study about the roles that food insecurity and perceived social status play in eating habits, @MichelleCardel uses Monopoly as a tool.#Obesity disproportionately affects young Hispanic girls and women in the U.S.https://t.co/xRE3mkUcy1 pic.twitter.com/LPKxQWSQz7
— UF Research (@UFExplore) December 3, 2020
“Materials are fundamental for development of every field – they have defined human progress since the very beginning,” — Ghatu Subhash, Professor @UFWertheim.
— UF Research (@UFExplore) January 14, 2021
Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine distribution?
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) January 14, 2021
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) January 5, 2021
Thinking about giving yourself a pass on new year's resolutions?
Focus on three key strivings instead of setting big goals, says research by @KlodianaLanaj, Trevor Foulk (@SmithSchool), & Satish Krishnan of the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode. https://t.co/r7L1z6Id2P
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) January 5, 2021
From the loss of our beloved college namesake to a brand-new dean to an alumnus who accidentally emailed the entire university, 2020 was a year filled with highs and lows. https://t.co/kp4P28Raka
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 30, 2020
New podcast episode: While founding his fantasy sports company @Rotogrinders, alumnus Cameron MacMillan was also busy launching the Raise the Village app with a classmate, which he describes as a "social game for social good." @RotoGrindersCam
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 28, 2020
Jay Ritter, IPO expert and University of Florida Cordell Eminent Scholar, and Tom White, DA Davidson analyst, join CNBC’s ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the IPO market and whether it could be a bubble. @UFNews https://t.co/Hri36RcPib
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 16, 2020
Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on the IPOs that happened this week and shares more insights on the market in these stories from Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Bloomberg, Business Insider and Yahoo! Finance. @UFNews #UFintheNewshttps://t.co/jVj0fzHO9L
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 14, 2020
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 11, 2020
In this story, @businessinsider explains what an IPO is, why companies go the IPO route, and how to invest, all with help from Mr. IPO, Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter, himself.https://t.co/tILnAcBjNT
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 9, 2020
Jay Ritter, Cordell Eminent Scholar, discusses the IPO outlook for next year. https://t.co/kOqJQ7TfFm
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 4, 2020
Assistant Professor of Management Aaron Hill comments on Kerry’s resignation from the Climate Finance Partners board to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest. https://t.co/3rWHGyHFRd
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) December 1, 2020
Here is the breakdown of four basic strategies for settling unpaid electric bills, explained by Ted Kury, Director of Energy Studies at @PURCatUF, in this @ConversationUS article. @drj_policy @UFNews https://t.co/RR2UO2TU5Q
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) November 12, 2020
In case you missed it: Dr. Mo Wang shared his research insights with @washingtonpost's @mzaraska on the complicated question of whether it's healthier to retire early or keep working. @UFNews @UFExplore #UFInTheNews https://t.co/3cxqej6RzB
— UF Warrington College of Business (@UFWarrington) January 12, 2021
— MDRC (@MDRC_News) November 8, 2020
Great segment on @CBSSunday celebrating black chefs via @MarcusCooks' new book The Rise, featuring @UF alum @edouardojordan! #WeCookWeRise @UFBlackAlumni @ufalumni #UF #GoGators! https://t.co/GdfXGPy9Fd
— Jocelyn Moore (@msjociemoore) November 22, 2020
Ducks and Gators forge new Partnership:
"This partnership between the @UF and #DucksUnlimited benefits waterfowl, wildlife and millions of Floridians who value clean water and the protection of the natural landscape," said DU CEO @adamputnam.
Read more: https://t.co/1DX2W6dnWY pic.twitter.com/SWLcC9iiNT
— Ducks Unlimited (@DucksUnlimited) December 1, 2020
Check out what our Fellows are working on this semester at our Biodiversity Blog!
— UF Biodiversity Institute (@UFBiodiversity) January 15, 2021
.@fieldandforkuf finishes harvesting the last of a 1,500 Burgundy sweet potato crop – BY HAND!
— UF IFAS Solutions (@UF_IFAS) January 13, 2021
What is white in color, smells like pineapple, and is just in time for Florida #strawberry season?
A new white strawberry variety from @UFPlantbreeding.
— UF IFAS Solutions (@UF_IFAS) December 3, 2020
As one of the largest gifts of land ever given to a U.S. university, it will be a living laboratory and classroom for @UF faculty, students, and @4H. https://t.co/hld25YmO4X@DucksUnlimited to maintain conversation easement.
— UF IFAS Solutions (@UF_IFAS) November 30, 2020
— Food Systems Institute UF IFAS (@FSI_UF_IFAS) January 13, 2021
— Jeanna Mastrodicasa (@DrJtotheMastro) January 13, 2021
— Dr. Scott Angle (@IFAS_VP) November 22, 2020
Gina Tran, Gator Collegiate Cattlewomen members and @FLCattlemen helped serve steak lunches to coast guard members to say thank you for their service.
— UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (@UFCALS) January 14, 2021
We found a really nice new jaw of a gomphothere from the late Miocene of Florida today! These elephant like animals are some of our most exciting finds at the Montbrook Fossil locality! @FloridaMuseum @PaleoPirlo #Montbrook pic.twitter.com/JGoiXfm7h5
— Bloch Lab @UF (@BlochLab) November 21, 2020
— UF Chemical Engineering (@UFLChE) November 23, 2020
In her unstoppable journey to empower seniors, Dr. Sherrilene Classen of @UFPHHP is conducting research to develop autonomous vehicle resources to promote their independence and safety. Listen: https://t.co/O7Bh6yot7Q#AutonomousVehicles #SelfDrivingCars #unstoppableminds pic.twitter.com/r3wDDP3ujR
— UF PHHP (@UFPHHP) December 17, 2020
— UF Medicine (@UFMedicine) December 28, 2020
— UF Medicine (@UFMedicine) December 4, 2020
Today we published at @MDPIOpenAccess our contribution to COVID19 by analyzing sex and age bias. https://t.co/98ZYEruROd.
Congratulation to amazing undergrad student @Tian_Yuan_Liu for his first first-author paper! @UF_MCS @UFGenetics pic.twitter.com/lstgcXthkt
— AnaConesa (@anaconesa) December 1, 2020
In @thedailybeast op-ed, @MichaelOkun, chair of @UF neurology, makes the case for an “Operation Warp Speed” level effort to combat Parkinson’s disease, the world’s fastest growing neurological disorder. https://t.co/psifMpcvoe
— McKnight Brain Institute (@UFMBI) January 10, 2021
▶️WATCH: @UF students from Pawsthetics, a new @GRiPUF research project in @UFBME, teamed up with @UFVetMed's surgical #oncology group to develop specialized prosthetics for dogs with distal radius cancer#GoGreater #GoGators #HappyPawlidays @UFWertheim https://t.co/QHBn1QMrvf
— UF ICBR (@UF_ICBR) December 24, 2020
#GatoRNursing students and faculty can now hone their skills using the latest technology in patient safety and learning assessment following an extensive overhaul of teaching space at the college to build a leading-edge simulation and learning center. https://t.co/27VM7AgcjG pic.twitter.com/5Uva6mDct9
— UF Nursing (@UFNursing) January 14, 2021
AAAS is the world’s largest general scientific society, and we're excited to share that two of this year's newest @aaas Fellows are from #UFPharmacy. Congratulations Dean Johnson and Dr. Schmittgen! 👏https://t.co/cI6aIMQ0W5
— UF Pharmacy (@UFPharmacy) December 2, 2020
— UF Pharmacy (@UFPharmacy) December 1, 2020
— Scott Martin Vouri (@VouriPharmD) December 18, 2020
— Ann Christiano (@aechristiano) November 24, 2020
— FLORIDA (@UF) December 19, 2020
There’s clean. And then there’s Jasper Norwood clean. “It’s our job to make sure students are safe and to make sure their parents don’t have to worry about their child while they’re at UF,” said Norwood.https://t.co/GX3aq8bnKR pic.twitter.com/QgzdLCxhRy
— FLORIDA (@UF) November 24, 2020
“It’s a way to ensure that students have everything they need to be secure and successful in these challenging, unprecedented times,” said Lane Washington, Ph.D., who oversees the Food Assistance Program for Student Affairs.
— FLORIDA (@UF) November 19, 2020
— Commissioner Nikki Fried (@NikkiFriedFL) November 28, 2020
"I almost got my degree at Florida before I even step foot on the field." @KTrask9 discusses what it was like being a backup from his freshman year of high school until his Redshirt Junior year with @GatorsFB
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) November 24, 2020
— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) January 5, 2021
— UF College of the Arts (@UFCOTA) December 3, 2020
— Dr. David P. Norton (@DrDavidNorton) December 4, 2020
“It’s the Wild West,” said Professor Elizabeth Rowe, a professor @UF Levin College of Law about facial recognition. “Companies are not required to report how, when or where this technology is being used.” Learn more: https://t.co/d1RN98ljuj
— AAU (@AAUniversities) December 7, 2020
“People decide if they’re comfortable getting the vaccine based on how they see the world, their perceptions of the choices people like them will make, and who they trust,” said Ann Christiano, director of @UF ’s College of Journalism and Communications https://t.co/5xYdftreF0
— AAU (@AAUniversities) November 22, 2020
— UF Levin College of Law (@UFLaw) January 14, 2021
"It's a common mistake people make in understanding First Amendment protections … There is no constitutional right to tweet or post on Facebook." –#UFLaw and @UFJSchool @ProfClayCalvert in @CNET https://t.co/0mJthAY1Dr
— UF Levin College of Law (@UFLaw) January 12, 2021
“Just because we have access to all of this information doesn't mean that we should necessarily use it … Part of the problem is that there’s no reporting accountability of who’s using what and why.” –#UFLaw Prof. Elizabeth Rowe tells @IEEESpectrum https://t.co/Sq0Wq8lpAa
— UF Levin College of Law (@UFLaw) January 11, 2021
— UF Levin College of Law (@UFLaw) January 9, 2021
The latest COVID relief bill “represents an inadequate response to the poverty and inequalities exacerbated and generated by today’s crisis,” Ariel Jurow Kleiman of @USanDiegoLaw, Andrew Hammond of @UFLaw, and Gabriel Scheffler of @MiamiLawSchool explain. https://t.co/hQIM7wvFx8
— The Regulatory Review (@TheRegReview) January 11, 2021
— UF News (@UFNews) January 12, 2021
— UF News (@UFNews) January 4, 2021
“We believe there is some increase in people who, because of COVID-19, are not able to pay for the items,” UF criminologist and @LPRC_research director Read Hayes told @abhabhattarai and @hannah_denham1. https://t.co/nM5fO7D2FS #UFintheNews
— UF News (@UFNews) December 10, 2020
— UF News (@UFNews) January 15, 2021