Thursday, February 22, 2018
USF: Shoe offers stroke recovery revolution

A professor at the University of South Florida has created a shoe that could revolutionize recovery for stroke survivors. ..

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Monday, February 12, 2018
USF: New Satellite Data Confirm Accelerated Sea Level Rise

USF marine science professor Gary Mitchum is part of a team using statistical analysis of satellite data to enhance previous studies based on tide gauge data  ..

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Friday, January 19, 2018
USF: Oxygen Levels Continue Dropping In World's Waters

Scientists say that climate change is having an effect on the levels of the world’s oceans. But it’s also apparently affecting the oxygen levels throughout the oceans, as well as our coastal waters including the Gulf of Mexico. ..

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Friday, January 19, 2018
USF: Genetics research may help tailor more precise therapies for asthma, heart failure

Studies led by USF’s Dr. Stephen Liggett shed light on genetic variability of adrenergic receptors and how they might best be used to treat disease ..

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Tuesday, January 09, 2018
USF: What will climate change mean for Florida?

As many weather scientists will say, climate change is an issue that is complex and requires much research to better understand. "We do have an understanding on climate change on the general scale, but there is also localized warming or even localized cooling in some regions,” says Jennifer Collins, a USF professor who recently co-authored "Florida Weather and Climate: More Than Just Sunshine''.  ..

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Thursday, December 21, 2017
USF Researchers Play Prominent Role in Top Scientific Journals

Two studies conducted by researchers at the University of South Florida are featured separately this month on the covers of high-impact scientific journals Nature and Science.  ..

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Thursday, December 14, 2017
USF: Early study shows new shoe attachment can help stroke patients improve their gait

A new device created at the University of South Florida – and including a cross-disciplinary team of experts from USF engineering, physical therapy and neurology – is showing early promise for helping correct the signature limp experienced by many stroke survivors.  ..

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Saturday, December 09, 2017
Air filter created by USF researchers among top inventions

A specially designed air filter that zaps particles and pollutants indoors, making it easier for asthma sufferers and others to breathe clean air makes TIME magazine's list of top inventions for 2017.  ..

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Friday, December 08, 2017
USF: research on watershed sustainability could promote hydropower and food production in the Mekong Basin

Mauricio Arias, assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, is part of a large collaborative research group that is working in the Lower Mekong River area on a plan that includes innovative ways to manage watersheds and dams to promote hydropower sustainability in the Mekong River Basin. ..

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
USF: Intervention becomes first to successfully reduce risk of dementia

10-year study led by USF’s Jerri Edwards concludes computerized brain training program reduces risk of dementia 29 percent  ..

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