News and Events
- Q & A with Matt Bellman, Ph.D, Myolyn Co-founder and CTO September 4, 2019 Recently, Dr. Melissa White, one of the UF Engineering Innovation Institute’s lecturer and mentors sat down with Dr.Matt Bellman, a Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Alumnus and co-founder of Myolyn, a fast growing startups in Gainesville, Florida for a quick Q and A session.
Q: How did the Engineering Entrepreneurship course prepare you in your entrepreneurial ...
- UF Engineering Alumna Helps Older Adults with New Technology August 2, 2019 UF Engineering Alumna Helps Older Adults with New Technology
- EII and ELI serving all UF Engineering Departments now! January 9, 2019 UF Engineering Innovation and Leadership Institutes are jointly offering a set of “teaching modules” in select innovation and leadership topics.
- Soaring Toward A $100B Industry December 14, 2018 Featured in Forbes, UF engineering startup Altavian continues to gain marketplace momentum in the multi-billion dollar drone industry.
- A Leader Talks About Leadership November 27, 2018 UF ISE Alumni David Thomas returns to campus as the Linda Parker Hudson Engineering Leader in Residence for Fall 2018.
- UF Engineer Improving Transplant Environment For Patients With Diabetes November 27, 2018 Dr. Cherie Stabler is developing a process to encapsulate transplanted cells, eliminating the need for systemic immune suppression drugs.
- Building Better Engines That Consume Less Energy November 27, 2018 Developing Stainless Steel Alloy Corrosion tool for engine optimization.
- UF in Haifa: Engineering Entrepreneurship & Internship November 6, 2018 Join advisors from the UF Engineering Study Abroad and Technion Israel Institute of Technology to learn about this unique study tour and internship program on November 13.
- Mining Data From The Human Mouth September 24, 2018 Y.K. Yoon, ECE, has developed the first Internet of Things device that can mine data from the human mouth.
- Virtual Reality Trains The Mind To Balance The Body September 17, 2018 UF engineering researchers are trying to help the elderly, amputees, and people with stroke and spinal cord injury to improve their balance.