A newly developed method for mitigating Florida red tide — elevated concentrations of toxic Karenia brevis algae developed by scientists at Mote Marine will be tested this week in a Boca… Read More A New Idea to Mitigate Red Tide
Harvested from Oct. 15 through May 15, the opening of the season coincides with cooler fall weather, giving us a reason to celebrate one of Florida’s most popular delicacies. It is common to see fans lining up at local seafood restaurants, or calling ahead to place advance orders for enjoying stone crabs at home.… Read More Sarasota’s Stone Crab Season: October through May
December in Sarasota and Manatee has so much on the calendar: Don’t miss out on the festivities! (source: Sarasota Herald Tribune) ST. ARMAND’S HOLIDAY NIGHTS DEC. 4 Christmas carol sing-a-long followed by the Santa Parade and tree lighting ceremony are the main attractions. Info: starmandscircleassoc.comSARASOTA JUNGLE GARDENS HOLIDAY LIGHTS DEC. 4-5,11-12,-18-24,-26-27 Lots of family-friendly activities… Read More December Fesitivities in Sarasota & Manatee Counties
Have a Great Idea But Need Some Research Done? Have you ever had a great idea but don’t have the resources to have it researched and patented? Ever seen a product on the shelves and wondered how it made it to the market? According to a recent article in the Herald Tribune, with the cooperative… Read More Have a Great Idea But Need Some Research and Development?
Sarasota has been a mecca for those seeking a higher education with a unique focus. With the honor’s New College of Florida, Ringling School of Art & Design, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee and the State College of Florida Sarasota, Florida offered most any curriculum a student would want. The Sarasota County Technical Institute has… Read More CityLab in Sarasota, Florida Home of UF Graduate Program