Florida Tech students and faculty have returned from the first Sino-U.S. Space Policy Research Center summer study program with plans for future work.
Florida Tech’s Thunderstorm Meteorology Campaign is utilizing a traditional meteorology tool- a weather balloon- to learn about lightning and its creation.
Four Florida Tech students and Andy Aldrin, will attend the inaugural Sino-U.S. Space Policy Research Center summer study program July 30 in Beijing.
Assistant professor Jean Carlos Perez has been awarded a five-year, nearly $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s CAREER program.
A new breed of dogfish named Squalus clarkae, also known as Genie’s Dogfish, has been identified and is named after Eugenie Clark, a pioneer of shark biology.
Shermineh Rostami Fairchild’s proposal involving free-space optical communication has been selected for funding by the U.S. Army Research Office.
Florida Tech, working with Sanford-based Servos & Simulation, Inc., has developed a 500-pound simulator that allows human subjects to simulate the entire suborbital spaceflight profile.
A group at Florida Tech are developing faster ways to generate new tools critical to mapping neural networks.
Delegates from around the world will gather at Florida Tech June 24-29 for the 19th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling (ICMCF).