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Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Axogen Announces Plan for CEO Leadership Transition

UF startup and UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech alum Axogen, Inc., a global leader in developing and marketing innovative surgical solutions for peripheral nerve injuries, today announced that President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Karen Zaderej plans to retire from the company by January 2025.

UF Innovate hosted a reception for Dr. Juan Gilbert on Thursday, November 30th. The reception was to celebrate Dr. Gilbert receiving the National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Joe Biden.

Tech Tuesday – Cherie Stabler

In this week's Tech Tuesday for WCJB TV20, UF Innovate's Melanie Morón interviews Cherie Stabler, researcher and professor in the UF Department of Biomedical Engineering, who is conducting research on a possible cure for type 1 diabetes.

President’s Office Announces $5.4 Million for Strategic Funding Awardees

The President's Office at the University of Florida announced $5.4 million in awards for Strategic Funding. Various colleges and departments across campus received awards to fund their research projects and initiatives. The funding initiative is designed to advance the student experience and interdisciplinary scholarship.

UF Opens Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology

The University of Florida Friday held a celebratory ribbon cutting for the Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology. The new building is named after UF alumnus and NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowsky, and funded by a combination of state funds as well as private and college funds.

Breaking Down the Threat of Ransomware Attacks

Kevin Butler, a University Term Professor in UF’s Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, breaks down the potential threats from ransomware attacks and how researchers from the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research developed some of the first solutions for protecting against this threat and continue to work on solutions as the attacks become more advanced.