New research at Florida Tech may help reduce the harmful effects of oil solvents as assistant professor M. Toufiq Reza was awarded a $110,000, 2-year grant.
Author Ryan Randall
Florida Tech’s NIST-funded grant is using wireless hurricane sensors and LiDAR to measure the wind the storms produce and possibly improve building codes.
One of the nation’s few laser filamentation specialists, Shermineh Rostami Fairchild will join the Optical Society’s Public Policy Council in January.
As cities around the world add new buildings to their infrastructure, understanding how upward lightning might affect tall structures is increasingly important.
A study involving Florida Tech researchers seeks to analyze why variations in face recognition accuracy occur and what might be done to mitigate them.
In honor of the 50th anniverasry of Apollo 11, Florida Tech spoke with Robert Taylor about the program’s effect on spaceflight and the school’s role.
Florida Tech is looking at ways to stimulate oyster reef growth -and their water filtering ability- with steel mesh mats in the Indian River Lagoon.
Florida Tech Mathematical Sciences assistant professor Stanley Snelson was awarded $5,000 from Oak Ridge Associated Universities for current research.
Two Florida Tech faculty members are working to correct a time-consuming and costly issue when installing construction piles that bounce back from the soil.
For the second time in 32 events, Florida Tech is hosting the American Society of Civil Engineers National Concrete Canoe Competition, June 6-8.