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MobileHelp takes home the most innovative technology award from the Miami Chamber of Commerce!
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MobileHelp Honored with Technology Leader Award from Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce

FAU Hosts First U.S. Clinical Trial for Lewy Body Dementia

Source: Florida Atlantic University
Date: April 22, 2016
Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine is spearheading the South Florida site for the first U.S. clinical trial for Lewy body dementia (LBD), the second-most common dementia after Alzheimer’s disease. There are currently no medications available to specifically treat Lewy Body dementia (LBD).
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FAU Hosts First U.S. Clinical Trial for Lewy Body Dementia

If you’re planning some late-night traveling in May through southern Palm Beach County, you may need to check your route.
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I-95 lane closures through May 2016

Tech innovation in Florida

By: Maria Sachs
Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: April 14, 2016
Our state is an economic powerhouse. Not only is our economy the fourth largest in the nation, but if Florida were an independent country, its economy would be the 18th largest in the world.
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FAU’s Research Park Celebrates Productive Year During 30 Year Anniversary

Source: The Boca Raton Tribune
Date: April 13, 2016
Florida Atlantic University’s Research and Development Authority celebrated 30 years last year, and as their recently released annual report suggests, that wasn’t the only reason to celebrate. According to the report, the companies of the Research Park and startups of the Technology Business Incubator (TBI) accumulated $849 million for the regional economy in 2015.
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FAU’s Research Park Celebrates Productive Year During 30 Year Anniversary

FAU students starting nonprofit to build 3-D printed hands

Source: Sun-Sentinel
Date: April 6, 2016
The 23-year-old lost her left hand when she was 5, a casualty of the civil war that ravaged her native Sierra Leone. But thanks to 3-D printing and a pair of Florida Atlantic University engineering graduate students, Koroma now has a replacement: a blue, green and glow-in-the-dark "bionic glove."
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FAU students starting nonprofit to build 3-D printed hands

Technology will change how and where we age

Source: Miami Herald
Date: March 31, 2016
Imagine a watch that provides caregivers with updates about their loved ones through an app. Imagine a home monitoring service that pairs sensors with a wireless hub to alert someone if Grandma has opened her pill bottle. Imagine, too, an elder-care robot, a drone to help with household chores, or a voice-activated talking clock that reminds one to take a pill at a certain time. Science fiction? Hardly.
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Technology will change how and where we age

Yacht Vacations: Not Just for the Rich

Source: The New York Times
Date: March 30, 2016
A vacation on a yacht may conjure up images of billionaires and celebrities, but it’s not just for the rich and famous. In Boca Raton, Fla., Yachtico has an inventory of 5,000 yachts that cost $5,000 or less to charter for a week.
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Yacht Vacations: Not Just for the Rich

FAU study looks at post-partum depression

Source: Palm Beach Post
Date: March 24, 2016
Florida Atlantic University researchers are looking at postpartum depression, studying how a mother’s levels of a key hormone may be affected by the mental illness.
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FAU study looks at post-partum depression

Tech is booming at the Research Park

Source: South Florida Business Journal
Date: March 23, 2016
The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University announced it had another solid year of growth in 2015. Its Report to the Community highlights significant expansion, touting its role in helping to create a productive environment for technology, high-growth companies.
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Tech is booming at the Research Park