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Florida is home to more than 2.3 million small businesses, employing more than 3 million people. The federal Small Business Administration found 43 percent of Florida jobs came from entrepreneurs employing anywhere from a handful to dozens of people. But can entrepreneurship be taught?

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New research shows the Zika virus was likely in the state earlier than health officials had previously thought—and had arrived in the state on multiple occasions.

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After nearly a decade at the helm of Florida Gulf Coast University, president Dr. Wilson Bradshaw is stepping down at the end of June.

The Galapagos Islands represent one of the world’s pinnacles of natural diversity as well as scientific discovery. It is the place that inspired Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection, and has since become one of the last unspoiled ecosystems on earth. A new book traces the the journey of the scientists who spent a year in the Galapagos collecting specimens that bolstered Darwin's ideas.

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North Korea dominates headlines for it's missile programs, assassinations, and other acts that have earned it the nickname as "the Hermit Kingdom." But a new documentary screening at Florida Gulf Coast University Thursday, Apr. 6 at 7 p.m. hopes to show how a new generation of North Korean millennials are challenging the nation's ruling elite and may be the country's best hope for change.