The inaugural Hack the Indian River Lagoon gave way to potential solutions and highlighted the ingenuity of Florida Tech students.
This weekend’s inaugural Hack the Indian River Lagoon event will see students, IRL experts and technologists together for solutions for the lagoon.
Florida Tech is developing new smart sensor technology to assist astronauts and place them in the best position to complete tasks.
Florida Tech’s Marco Carvalho is leading a cutting-edge cybersecurity research effort that could revolutionize how multiple organizations collectively defend themselves from cyberattacks.
As Florida Tech celebrates 60 years, a handful of faculty members gathered at Evans Library to look at what the next 40 years of research will bring.
Celebrating 60 years, Florida Tech sat down with Allan Mense, the school’s first vice president for research to discuss Tech’s past, growth and present.
https://youtu.be/F4frlMqZG_Y Scientists and researchers from around Florida examined the latest efforts to fix the ailing…
Florida Tech’s David Wilder and his behavior modifications have shown success in combating rumination in those with intellectual disabilities.
Research from an international team including Florida Tech’s Mark Bush reports future potential changes in vegetation in due to greenhouse-gas emissions.
Two major experiments reported a big step forward in the quest to understand how the Higgs enables fundamental particles to acquire mass.