GAINESVILLE, Fla. —
December 13, 2013
Today it was announced that RelīOx Corporation of Gainesville, Florida was selected as one of ten finalists for the prestigious 2014 CAT5 Award Prizes. A field of more than 70 innovative Florida start-up companies competed this year. This prize acknowledges and fosters innovations in manufacturing and science honoring excellence in Florida’s emerging technologies through a statewide contest.
A panel of industry judges selected the ...Continue Reading → Share
For a chemical, chlorine dioxide (ClO2) has an intriguing history. It was discovered during the Napoleonic Wars, then forgotten and rediscovered for its potent effects as a bleach, oxidizer and disinfectant. It’s the gold standard of disinfection, but ...Continue Reading → Share
“The road to the final four”…goes through Gainesville.
Two of the four finalists of the 2012 Cade Museum Prize–announced today–are based in Gainesville.
Both have been featured on TV20’s Innovation Technology interview series. Tech Development, LLC is developing an effective way to use chlorine dioxide to kill bacteria in sensitive places like hospitals. Prometheon Pharma is working on a skin patch to deliver complex medicines such as insulin.
They will go up against ...Continue Reading → Share
By Anthony Clark
Out of more than 120 Florida inventors and entrepreneurs to apply, four remain standing in the chase for the third annual $50,000 Cade Museum Prize.
The final four – two from Gainesville, one from Orlando and one from Tampa – are three healthcare-related technologies and a disinfectant, the Cade Museum announced Tuesday. They will make a ...Continue Reading → Share
Over 120 inventors and entrepreneurs from the State entered to win the prestigious Cade Museum Prize. Today, only the “Final Four” remain, all vying for the $50,000 reward and the title of 3rd Annual Cade Museum Prize Winner, which will be revealed at a gala event on May 11 at the Santa Fe Fine Arts Hall in Gainesville.
The four teams – one from Orlando, one from Tampa, ...Continue Reading → Share
By Anthony Clark
Tuesday was a banner day for the University of Florida to show off some of the ways it is building momentum as a job-creation engine.
The morning announcement that an established India software company had selected Gainesville for its U.S. development center — lured in part by the computer engineering talent to come out of UF — was followed by a showcase featuring 14 promising early-stage companies looking ...Continue Reading → Share