ֱ News Feed/news/Recent posts from ֱ Newsen-usMon, 24 Jun 2024 05:40:30 -04:00http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssOmniUpdate (OU Publish)ֱ projects selected for new research program bring the potential to solve critical challenges/news/2024/usf-projects-selected-for-new-research-program-bring-the-potential-to-solve-critical-challenges.aspxFour interdisciplinary teams of ֱ researchers have each been awarded up to $1 million in seed funding through the Collaborative Research Excellence and Translational Efforts awards – a new initiative designed to catalyze new research and enhance ֱ’s impact.Thu, 20 Jun 2024 06:18:21 ֱ projects selected for new research program bring the potential to solve critical challengesFour interdisciplinary teams of ֱ researchers have each been awarded up to $1 million in seed funding through the Collaborative Research Excellence and Translational Efforts awards – a new initiative designed to catalyze new research and enhance ֱ’s impact.Les Shaw and doctoral student Emilee Muster/news/2024/usf-projects-selected-for-new-research-program-bring-the-potential-to-solve-critical-challenges.aspxHonors and Awards,Research and InnovationMyֱ,Research and Innovationֱ-trained shipwreck hunter makes major discovery/marine-science/news/2024/usf-trained-shipwreck-hunter-makes-another-major-discovery.aspxUsing a technique known as side-scan sonar, a team led by ֱ alum David Mearns and The Royal Canadian Geographical Society found Shackleton’s last ship off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.External ArticleTue, 18 Jun 2024 16:47:09 ֱ-trained shipwreck hunter makes major discoveryUsing a technique known as side-scan sonar, a team led by ֱ alum David Mearns and The Royal Canadian Geographical Society found Shackleton’s last ship off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.David Mearns and two colleagues/marine-science/news/2024/usf-trained-shipwreck-hunter-makes-another-major-discovery.aspxResearch and InnovationAlumni,College of Marine Science,MyֱJuneteenth: The complicated history, significance and celebration around the struggle for freedomhttps://www.stpetersburg.usf.edu/news/2023/juneteenth-complicated-history-significance-celebration-around-struggle-for-freedom.aspx?utm_campaign=MarketingCloud%26utm_medium=email%26utm_source=ֱ+St.+Pete+Newsletter+-+June+2024%26utm_content=https%3a%2f%2fwww.stpetersburg.usf.edu%2fnews%2f2023%2fjuneteenth-complicated-history-significance-celebration-around-struggle-for-freedom.aspxJuneteenth has become the most well-known celebration for the ending of slavery in the United States and viewed by some as America’s second Independence Day. But the history of this important celebration is complex and often misunderstood.External ArticleMon, 17 Jun 2024 14:47:57 Juneteenth: The complicated history, significance and celebration around the struggle for freedomJuneteenth has become the most well-known celebration for the ending of slavery in the United States and viewed by some as America’s second Independence Day. But the history of this important celebration is complex and often misunderstood.Graphic says, "ֱ celebrates Juneteenth with our community" with image of Texas African American History Memorialhttps://www.stpetersburg.usf.edu/news/2023/juneteenth-complicated-history-significance-celebration-around-struggle-for-freedom.aspx?utm_campaign=MarketingCloud%26utm_medium=email%26utm_source=ֱ+St.+Pete+Newsletter+-+June+2024%26utm_content=https%3a%2f%2fwww.stpetersburg.usf.edu%2fnews%2f2023%2fjuneteenth-complicated-history-significance-celebration-around-struggle-for-freedom.aspxResearch and InnovationCollege of Arts and Sciences,Myֱ,ֱ St. Petersburgֱ Health OB-GYN studying women’s health in space/health/news/2024/mathyk-space-2024.aspxAs a member of NASA’s GeneLab group, Dr. Begum Mathyk is collaborating with a team of researchers in the field of space biology, publishing several studies as part of national portfolio on space research.External ArticleWed, 12 Jun 2024 08:48:59 ֱ Health OB-GYN studying women’s health in spaceAs a member of NASA’s GeneLab group, Dr. Begum Mathyk is collaborating with a team of researchers in the field of space biology, publishing several studies as part of national portfolio on space research.ֱ: A Preeminent Research University/health/news/2024/mathyk-space-2024.aspxResearch and Innovation,ֱ HealthMorsani College of Medicine,Myֱֱ using AI to help combat malaria in Africa/news/2024/usf-using-ai-to-help-combat-malaria-in-africa.aspxFunded by the NIH, the project is an international effort that will establish a new research center in Africa to advance malaria research and deploy advanced smart traps for real-time identification of mosquitoes carrying the malaria parasite.Thu, 06 Jun 2024 09:00:23 ֱ using AI to help combat malaria in AfricaFunded by the NIH, the project is an international effort that will establish a new research center in Africa to advance malaria research and deploy advanced smart traps for real-time identification of mosquitoes carrying the malaria parasite.ֱ using AI to help combat malaria in Africa/news/2024/usf-using-ai-to-help-combat-malaria-in-africa.aspxResearch and InnovationCassidy Delamarter,College of Arts and Sciences,College of Engineering,Department of Integrative Biology,Myֱֱ selected as the international headquarters of the Global Virus Network, co-discoverer of HIV joins faculty/health/news/2024/gallo.gvn.health.aspxThe Global Virus Network is a distinguished organization comprised of virologists from more than 40 countries. Co-founder and world-renowned scientist Dr. Robert Gallo will join ֱ, enhancing the university’s impact as a new member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, grow its research enterprise and further build its reputation across the world.External ArticleWed, 05 Jun 2024 14:37:05 ֱ selected as the international headquarters of the Global Virus Network, co-discoverer of HIV joins facultyThe Global Virus Network is a distinguished organization comprised of virologists from more than 40 countries. Co-founder and world-renowned scientist Dr. Robert Gallo will join ֱ, enhancing the university’s impact as a new member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, grow its research enterprise and further build its reputation across the world.ֱ chosen as Global Virus Network HQ; HIV co-discoverer Dr. Robert Gallo joins faculty/health/news/2024/gallo.gvn.health.aspxResearch and Innovation,ֱ Health,University NewsGlobal Virus Network,Morsani College of Medicine,Myֱֱ-led study finds hydrogen peroxide, vitamin C effective against melanoma/arts-sciences/chronicles/2024/new-study-shows-vitamin-c-boosts-dna-damage-and-cell-death-in-melanoma-cells.aspxResearchers found that melanoma cells have more DNA damage and fewer antioxidant defenses compared to normal skin cells. When treated with hydrogen peroxide and vitamin C, melanoma cells showed even more DNA damage and higher cell death rates, while normal cells were protected.External ArticleMon, 03 Jun 2024 13:15:16 ֱ-led study finds hydrogen peroxide, vitamin C effective against melanomaResearchers found that melanoma cells have more DNA damage and fewer antioxidant defenses compared to normal skin cells. When treated with hydrogen peroxide and vitamin C, melanoma cells showed even more DNA damage and higher cell death rates, while normal cells were protected.Physician studies melanoma on patient's arm/arts-sciences/chronicles/2024/new-study-shows-vitamin-c-boosts-dna-damage-and-cell-death-in-melanoma-cells.aspxResearch and InnovationCollege of Arts and Sciences,MyֱTwo ֱ faculty innovators selected for the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame/news/2024/two-usf-faculty-innovators-selected-for-the-florida-inventors-hall-of-fame.aspxThe Class of 2024 represents the best of innovation in Florida, and their achievements underscore the critical role that innovation plays in driving progress and improving the quality of life for people in our state, our nation and around the world.Thu, 30 May 2024 18:06:06 Two ֱ faculty innovators selected for the Florida Inventors Hall of FameThe Class of 2024 represents the best of innovation in Florida, and their achievements underscore the critical role that innovation plays in driving progress and improving the quality of life for people in our state, our nation and around the world.Two students walk underneath a walkway that says, Florida Inventors Hall of Fame./news/2024/two-usf-faculty-innovators-selected-for-the-florida-inventors-hall-of-fame.aspxHonors and Awards,Research and InnovationCollege of Engineering,Florida Inventors Hall of Fame,Kevin Watler,Myֱֱ researcher unlocking mysteries of brain development with advanced imaging and virtual reality/news/2024/usf-researcher-unlocking-mysteries-of-brain-development-with-advanced-imaging-and-virtual-reality.aspxWith a $3.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the project promises to unveil the mysteries of how the brain is wired, offering hope for improved disease and injury treatments.Thu, 23 May 2024 14:42:58 ֱ researcher unlocking mysteries of brain development with advanced imaging and virtual realityWith a $3.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the project promises to unveil the mysteries of how the brain is wired, offering hope for improved disease and injury treatments.ֱ researcher unlocking mysteries of brain development with advanced imaging and virtual reality/news/2024/usf-researcher-unlocking-mysteries-of-brain-development-with-advanced-imaging-and-virtual-reality.aspxResearch and InnovationCassidy Delamarter,Medical Engineering,Myֱ,Research and InnovationNational survey by ֱ researchers shows voter opinions on immigration and border security, impact of politics on mental health and election distrust/news/2024/survey-shows-voter-opinions-on-immigration-impact-of-politics-on-mental-health-and-election-distrust.aspxResearchers at the ֱ have released findings from a nationwide survey that measures attitudes related to key election issues. The survey, sponsored by Cyber Florida at ֱ, addresses how Americans feel about topics including immigration and border security, election distrust, the impact of politics on voters’ mental health and social media usage.Wed, 15 May 2024 13:13:14 National survey by ֱ researchers shows voter opinions on immigration and border security, impact of politics on mental health and election distrustResearchers at the ֱ have released findings from a nationwide survey that measures attitudes related to key election issues. The survey, sponsored by Cyber Florida at ֱ, addresses how Americans feel about topics including immigration and border security, election distrust, the impact of politics on voters’ mental health and social media usage.Paper survey with pencil/news/2024/survey-shows-voter-opinions-on-immigration-impact-of-politics-on-mental-health-and-election-distrust.aspxResearch and InnovationCollege of Arts and Sciences,MyֱHurricane preparedness takes many forms - ֱ providing support on all fronts/news/2024/hurricane-preparedness-takes-many-forms-usf-providing-support.aspxWhen a hurricane makes its way into the Gulf of Mexico, it has the potential to impact the entire Tampa Bay region. That’s why ֱ researchers across all three campuses are involved in a number of innovative endeavors and public initiatives to better prepare communities for the next storm.ֱMon, 06 May 2024 14:43:12 Hurricane preparedness takes many forms - ֱ providing support on all frontsWhen a hurricane makes its way into the Gulf of Mexico, it has the potential to impact the entire Tampa Bay region. That’s why ֱ researchers across all three campuses are involved in a number of innovative endeavors and public initiatives to better prepare communities for the next storm.Hurricane Ian in 2022 approaching Florida./news/2024/hurricane-preparedness-takes-many-forms-usf-providing-support.aspxResearch and Innovationֱ history student uses 3D scans to improve museum accessibility/arts-sciences/chronicles/2024/history-student-hannah-thieryung-uses-3d-scans-to-improve-museum-accessibility.aspxWith support from ֱ’s Access 3D Lab, Hannah Thieryung used scanning technology to digitize the May-Stringer House, a Victorian-era home in Brooksville. She focused on the historic building’s upper floors, helping guests experience them without needing to scale the narrow 19th-century staircases.External ArticleThu, 25 Apr 2024 14:24:26 ֱ history student uses 3D scans to improve museum accessibilityWith support from ֱ’s Access 3D Lab, Hannah Thieryung used scanning technology to digitize the May-Stringer House, a Victorian-era home in Brooksville. She focused on the historic building’s upper floors, helping guests experience them without needing to scale the narrow 19th-century staircases.Student demonstrates scanning technology in front of an audience/arts-sciences/chronicles/2024/history-student-hannah-thieryung-uses-3d-scans-to-improve-museum-accessibility.aspxResearch and InnovationCollege of Arts and Sciences