UF Presence Great in Cade Museum Prize Finals
GAINESVILLE, FL: Sixteen finalists were named March 11 for the Cade Museum Prize, named for Dr. Cade, lead inventor of Gatorade. The Cade Museum Prize is an incentive for entrepreneurs and inventors and rewards creativity and impact on society. Of the “Sweet 16” named as finalists, six groups represented research conducted at the University of Florida, including the Brainview System. The Brainview System, portable EEG technology, was invented with the EncephaloDynamics team, which includes ISE distinguished professor, Dr. Panos Pardalos.
The “Final 4” teams were named today, April 9th, after a video presentation and further investigation into the marketing plans for each technology. The list of four includes one group of inventors from UF. The grand prize of $50,000 will be awarded on May 9.