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The Pier Aquarium on The Pier in downtown St. Petersburg will close on May 31, with all its 60 fish and other creatures going to temporary homes until a new facility is completed in the fall.
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Technion scientists developed and constructed a molecular transducer, which is an advanced computing machine.
While the effects of acute stroke have been widely studied, brain damage during the subacute phase of stroke has been a neglected area of research.
According to the Tampa Bay Times , the amount of debt that students face because of federal and private loans is now in the trillions, exceeding both credit card and mortgage debt.
All that hard work paid off, which is a fine lesson that seniors Steven Higginbotham and Adriana Wilson carry with them as they graduate from Largo High.
Deserving students have received $8,000. Another student received a $1,000 check Monday morning.
Gov. Rick Scott signed into law on Monday a $74.1 billion state budget for 2013-14 that makes few waves thanks to an improving economy and a predictable list of vetoes totaling $368 million.
Researchers from Moffitt Cancer Center and the University of South Florida have evaluated how Florida health care and social service agencies distribute "Libres para Siempre" , a Spanish smoking relapse prevention booklet series.
Findings suggest that blood-brain barrier integrity suffers days after ischemic stroke, leading to serious complications; repair of this protective barrier might prevent them Neuroscientist Svitlana Garbuzova-Davis, Ph.D., University of South Florida, was lead author of the study looking at brain deficits in the subacute phase of stroke.
The mother of Mary Kate Truss, an 18-year-old senior at Bishop Kenny High School said, "Mary Kate has such a servant's heart.
PHOTO COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Dr. Carol F. Probstfeld, president, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota; Dr.
Shaina Davis enrolled in her first Brevard Community College course when she was 15 years old.
On May 15, 2013, the reported indictment of John Andrew Welden, 28, a pre-med student at the University of South Florida , Tampa, Fla ., sent shockwaves not only locally but nationwide.
What if you could go to college but not have to worry about grades and final exams? Well for seniors interested in continued learning the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute provides just that.