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Limbitless Solutions Publishes Article With Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Collaborations

Limbitless Solutions, a non-profit that creates prosthetic arms for children, pivoted its production capabilities during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to help produce face shield components and other needed...
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New Project Will Explore Telehealth Effectiveness on Veterans During Pandemic

The switch to remote psychotherapy treatment for veterans diagnosed with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder has worked for some patients during the COVID-19 pandemic but not for others. The University...
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Research Team Turns to Nanotechnology for Chemical Reaction Promoters

Noble metals, such as platinum, palladium, and rhodium are among the most versatile and efficient industrial catalysts for a large number of reactions, ranging from the purification of poisonous pollutants emitted...
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Genes Responsible for Protecting Frogs May Play Role in Death from Global Disease

For frogs dying of the invasive chytridiomycosis disease, the leading cause of amphibian deaths worldwide, the genes responsible for protecting them may actually be leading to their demise, according to...
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Limbitless Solutions Announces New Collaboration with Adobe

Limbitless Solutions Inc. announced today a new collaboration with computer software giant Adobe. Over the past six years, Limbitless has created beautifully designed and functional bionic arms for children with limb differences....
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Cancer-fighting Technology Developed at UCF Licensed to French Pharmaceutical Giant

One of the biggest pharma companies in the world will use a nanoparticle technology developed at UCF in hopes of coming up with new blood cancer treatments. In May,  a cell-based...
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New Study Reveals How Frogs Use Bile and Bruise Color for Camouflage

Researchers have discovered, for the first time, how frogs use the chemical responsible for the color of bile and bruises for their own camouflage coloring. The mechanism the frogs use...
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Pegasus Professor Inducted into the National Center for Simulation Hall of Fame

UCF Pegasus Professor Charlie Hughes has been selected for the National Center for Simulation Hall of Fame. The NCS selects individuals who have made significant contributions to the world of...
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UCF Infrared Emission Research Gets $2.5 Million Boost from Department of Defense

A University of Central Florida researcher has received a $2.5 million U.S. Department of Defense grant to continue his research to conceal and manipulate the energy that materials emit. The...
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UCF Planetary Scientist Receives NASA Funding for Asteroid Research

UCF planetary scientist Adrienne Dove and a team of students have teamed up with NASA’s Johnson Space Center to examine data on an asteroid experiment years in the making. The...
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