February 2021 Contents
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It's been 20 years since Congress approved the plan to "restore" the Everglades. The plan — behind schedule and over budget — is gathering momentum just as new factors threaten to overwhelm it.
The effects of coronavirus on the heart aren't fully known.
A machine that revives non-beating donor hearts in enabling more transplants.
A procedure for afib could replace a lifetime of meds for some patients.
Better Times Ahead
I am looking forward to 2021 bringing us back to a time we remember fondly.
"To me, there is no greater life experience than walking into a Minor League ballpark."
USF's closure of its undergrad education program was a good decision, poorly executed.
AI can't replace humans, but the technology is making inroads in more and more business sectors.
A Champion for Women's Sports
For Nancy Hogshead-Makar, sports has been an avenue for achievement and a source of healing.
Around the State
Underwater Art Project
Miami is getting a new cultural attraction: The Reefline.
The pandemic-fueled shift to online college learning proved a boon to Honorlock.
Several Water Street projects are nearing completion.
A German company is planning a U.S. hub at Lake Nona.
Researchers at UF IFAS have made headway in developing a citrus greening-resistant tree.
Tyndall Air Force Base is deploying robots around the base's perimeter as a security measure.
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