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The virus, which creates lesions on the skin, has infected more than 6,000 people in the U.S. So far, there's been one case in Sarasota County.
A new medical study offers interesting information about cannabis and chronic pain.
The partnership will help provide additional STEM learning opportunities for students, who build two-seat airplanes from a kit.
The company manufactures ancillary materials for the cell and gene therapy industry.
Listening to Black Voices
"Diversity and inclusion aren’t about an afterthought. They're about intent, from the beginning."
The organization aims to expose, engage and empower youth to through education in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.).
The funding was used to to commission a study to measure the value that SEC provides to its members.
Antonia Ginsberg-Klemmt invented GismoPower, a portable, solar-powered carport.
Alex Martin is the founder of the Sidewalk Science Center, which offers free science experiments for kids at Bayfront Park in Sarasota and the Riverwalk in Bradenton.
Experts say drought conditions and the Piney Point disaster have combined to create a red tide bloom that may linger.
Testing technology continues to evolve at warp speed.
The award-winning stand-up comic appears at McCurdy's Comedy Theatre Jan. 28, and brings along two local scientists.
Under the weather
A recent National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report puts the risk of an "above average" Atlantic hurricane season at 45 percent.
Not a fossil
The museum may be in the middle of a huge $15 million expansion, but there's plenty of reasons to visit in the meantime.
There are 319 officially recognized archaeological sites in Sarasota County, and 66 of them are likely to contain human remains.
Halfacre Construction Company recently finished construction on a new 54,667-square-foot corporate headquarters for Mercedes Scientific.
Beyond the tremors
Dr. Stewart Factor will speak at the Neuro Challenge’s Parkinson’s Expo on Saturday, April 13.
Florida was ranked as the nation's 18th most "innovative" state in a new study published by the finance and research website Wallethub.
The Rotary Club of Sarasota Sunrise Foundation is holding a fundraiser for Mote's Red Tide Institute and the Science and Environment Council of Southwest Florida.
Justin Bloom will speak at the next meeting of the Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations.