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University of Florida researchers may find buried revenue for county

A University of Florida research team may dig up a long-buried source of new revenue for Miami-Dade government: 165,000 tons of ash created each year at the county’s Resources Recovery Facility that now is a costly…

Ransom Everglades School expansion in talks with neighbors

Ransom Everglades School expansion in talks with neighbors

Ransom Everglades School in Coconut Grove wants to expand in a big way, but concerned neighbors were successful in their plea to the city’s Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board to…

Miami Children’s Museum preparing to expand by 47%

Miami Children’s Museum preparing to expand by 47%

The Miami Children’s Museum on Watson Island is preparing to expand its facility by 47% and add to its programming. It needs the approval of the Miami City Commission, which…

Hurricane-battered school could become farm life culinary center

Hurricane-battered school could become farm life culinary center

The Redland Farm Life School, built in 1916 and active until Hurricane Andrew devastated it in 1992, could become the site of a new farm life culinary center and be…

MIAMI cell for bone regeneration has new home at Nova

MIAMI cell for bone regeneration has new home at Nova

MIAMI cell, a marrow-isolated adult multi-lineage inducible cell that was made commercially available for bone regeneration and healing about three years ago, is now primarily being used for bone fusion…

New York fashion designer Naeem Khan works with schools on river studio

New York fashion designer Naeem Khan works with schools on river studio

New York fashion designer Naeem Khan, who proposed five months ago to incorporate a vocational school of fashion into his original concept of constructing a design studio on the Miami…

Universities in Miami compete to grow enrollments

Universities in Miami compete to grow enrollments

Responding to a national decline in high school graduates, universities in Miami are competing to maintain – and even grow – their application and enrollment numbers. “We’re simply… producing fewer…

Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University offers first bachelor’s in Internet of Things

Florida International University is offering the country’s first bachelor’s degree program in the Internet of Things (IoT) next spring. The Internet of Things is the global infrastructure that connects all…

Employers need to invest money for new technology training

Employers need to invest money for new technology training

Colleges and universities in Miami are racing to keep up with current technology by developing programs to help students prepare for new jobs in technology. “I’ve heard quite a bit…

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

Wolfsonian-FIU takes first step to build expansion

The Wolfsonian-FIU has issued an Invitation to Negotiate, or ITN, for the ground lease of two Miami Beach properties – The Annex, 1538 Lenox Ave., and a nearby surface parking…

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