Tony Selvagio's company provides a practical solution to corporate e-waste, but he also takes it a step further.
Posts published by “Sarah Smith”
Sarah Smith is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. Based in Tampa, Florida, she primarily covers new tech and events.
Carpenter and her co-founder Joseph French started Intrino to change that. Companies can buy just what they need and the prices are much cheaper than their larger counterparts.
Florida is the number one most likely state for pedestrians to be hit by cars, according to a study by Smart Growth America.
A new drone is allowing users to fly for about three hours without needing to change the batteries-- and it doesn't even run on batteries. This new drone runs on hydrogen power and emits zero CO2 into the atmosphere.
Starbucks is launching a new feature in their app in 2020 that will allow customers to trace what farm their cup of coffee came from.
Their team at BioCellection has developed a way to turn plastics that are not recyclable like polyethylene back into other chemicals.
Aircraft carriers are working to reduce carbon emissions by crafting new planes that use electric, hydrogen-powered electricity and gas.
The concern that the U.S. is not a good place to start an open and collaborative technology company is what pushed the decision and what chose the new location.
She said that for a young company to either move or just to establish a presence in the U.S. can be a daunting process, which is where the Florida Israeli Business Accelerator or FIBA comes in.
The aquarium is part of an effort headed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association or NOAA to restore seven different coral reefs in the Florida Keys.