As we wrap up 2018, we continue to look at research highlights and news coverage on Florida Tech from this year.
Author Ryan Randall
As we wrap up 2018, here is the first look at research highlights and news coverage on Florida Tech from this year.
The HF Assist Lab was at the series of meetings involving Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay, top-level administrators and faculty who presented research.
Five Florida Tech recently researchers hosted a discussion on He Jiankui’s announcement of genetic engineering human embryos using CRISPR.
Working with Embry-Riddle, Florida Tech is now undertaking human testing to utilize the unique characteristic of the Florida Tech-owned spacesuit.
Florida Tech vascular biologist Kenia Pedrosa Nunes is utilizing immune system receptors to combat chronic diseases hypertension and diabetes.
A new dogfish shark, the Hawaiian spurdog, was discovered by a team led by Florida Tech marine biologist Toby Daly-Engel, and could assist in conservation.
The two schools announced a year-long collaboration of research involving the improvment of human performance inside spacecraft.
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.