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Professor Jayan Thomas shows the loom he used to weave solar ribbons into a piece of fabric
Intersection

Intersection: Wearable Nanotechnology


Imagine plugging your phone into your jacket to charge it up or recharging your electric car just by leaving it in a sunny parking lot. A University of Central Florida Professor of Nanotechnology is working on a fibre that can store the energy of the sun and could one day be woven into clothing or coat the roof of a car
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Intersection: Tourism


As the big theme parks compete for the attention of the millions of tourists that hop off the plane at Orlando International Airport each year, they’re turning to technology to help them get an edge. Whether it’s drones that can fly in formation like the drones Disney just debuted at its new light show.
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Orlando City President Phil Rawlins oversees construction of a new soccer stadium. Photo: Brendan Byrne
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Intersection: Inside Orlando City’s New Soccer Stadium


White beams form a skeleton around the Orlando City Soccer stadium, taking shape in the downtown neighborhood of Parramore. The $156 million dollar stadium will be home to Orlando City Lions and the Orlando City Pride soccer teams after two seasons playing at Camping World Stadium.
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Intersection: Come Out with Pride


A hurricane may have delayed Orlando’s Come Out With Pride event, but the LGBT community and it’s allies are ready to take to the streets of downtown for the annual Come out With Pride event.
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Intersection: Let the Election Healing Begin


A nation divided. Anyone on social-media can see that the choice for president polarized friends and co-workers and had thousands of Clinton supporters changing their profile picture with a black square in mourning. But now that we have a president-elect, and the transition of power has begun, can Americans move on?
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